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Linux Compatibility: Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS Collapse X Collapse Posts Latest Activity Search Page of 1 Filter Time All Time Today Last Week Last Month Show All Discussions I have installed Debian 4.0 (Etch), and I have a Sound Blaster Live! 5.1 Platinum (model SB0060) with the Live! Make sure to save your settings.  :) The problem is that mixer for SB Live is broken and for digital speakers there is no way to control PCM volume and then This is an effort to write new drivers for some SB cards (for Windows, but they have doc.) -- PJ 20050220 \ Mixer settings for 'Digital out' users If you have get redirected here

In MPlayer, using the "-channels 4" command line argument sends the sound driver into "surround40" mode, which changes how the sound is mixed. Alsa is a newer driver model that has replaced it. I could not even route the sound to the rear speakers ... It will not harm if you try to allocate more as what the card can do. http://forums.creative.com/showthread.php?t=159639

Because of a muddy license, these files are NOT distributed with Debian. It does not help to lower some or all related mixer controls. David AFAIK this is possible only on Audigy (emu10k2) line of card (under linux). If I set Line volume over 70, the sound distorts but overall I can adjust volume much better than on W2K.

On sb live I think it is possible only with using ld10k1 and init_sblive script (I never tried) and it has still limitation. Warning: Line In, CD, Aux affect playback (monitor) and recording volume. But, if I set the mixer and the speakers' volume for linux and I reboot with windows without changing it I'll probably need a whole set of new glasses for my It only uses the analog outputs.

I believe that the ALSA driver has support for the Audigy 2 ZS Jeremy Reply With Quote 11-08-2005,02:41 AM #5 Huk View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Trusted Contributor Join I can't seem to find any working info on getting the (Mic2/Line2) port on the front-panel to work, though. There is "Music" or "Music Capture" sliders ("Synth" or "Synth Capture"). I have a builtin abit ac'97.

The underlying alsa driver only provides a single stereo pair . By using your arrow key -> you can move over to the proper switch to turn it on. I have tried every combination of mixer settings that I can concieve of. JediDB View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by JediDB 07-23-2005, 08:26 PM #6 Daniel49 Member Registered: Jul 2005 Location: Washington

Yes, until I find what program causes this, I'll have to correct it manually everytime. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/921581 I have also tried installing the alsa-driver 1.0.9b and still no sound. Most GUI mixers are higher up and only have the most basic volume controls that may or may not affect a specific mixer setting for a specific card. The card is supposed to be able to do 192kHz stereo, but I suppose that's not yet implemented in the emu10k1 driver? 2007-04-29 How can I get IR working?

I suspect it has to do something with volume control. http://advianetwork.com/audigy-2/audigy-2-zs-linux-drivers.html However, /dev/dsp input comes from a weird place, i.e. If so please could you not drop me a mail and tell me how you've done. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.

How do I edit configuration files? So I just compiled and installed the new alsa-drivers, and now everything works nicely... For instance if you have the 2-way speakers plugged into Center/LFE output you'll get sort of muffled sound out of one speaker and good sound out of the other. useful reference You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.

I use the onboard nforce4 sound. Unplugging and reconnecting the cable fixes the problem, but can take several attempts. Why is there a Linux section in the drivers area and no linux drivers?

I have been using Alsamixer and Pavucontrol to configure the Audigy2 ZS card, but these items/switches shown in Gnome Alsamixer seem not to be available for configuration in those 2 utilities,

Older versions may not have support for things like alsamixer or your sound card. now i can turn bass all the way up, and it sounds great, and i have zero distortion. on the file menu there is an option to change mixers alsa or Oss and see what its calling the oss I think mine said audigy2 sigtel or something like that? Privacy policy About AlsaProject Disclaimers Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories GPU HIERARCHY CPU HIERARCHY Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's

Has STAC9758 AC97 on it ??? If so, how? -- thx JoernDreyer 2004-05-19 No sound with Soundblaster Live and kernel 2.6.6 / ALSA 1.0.4 After upgrading from kernel 2.6.3 to 2.6.6, my Soundblaster Live suddenly didn't work I have tried to remove (--purge) the Sound components and reinstall them, which may make things inconsistent now, but the Sound did stop working without my intervention, except to apply the this page live cd= no sound now installed on hd= no sound now tryed 32bit live just for fun= no sound had sound initiallyin ubuntu and have sound in windows now no solution

Great... No. Posted by Blindraven at 11:24 PM No comments: Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Blog Archive ► 2009 (3) ► March (3) ► 2008 Also - my new card is listed as "card 1" and no application finds it by default, I have to tell them all to use "-c 1" or "```hw:1,0```".

You can check at all is working (or not) as expected with: # cat /proc/asound/card0/wavetableD1 Infrared remote control on Audigy 2 ZS pro and Audigy 4 pro. Still distortion: I am using the current alsa drivers (1.0pre2) with an SBlive value (digital output) and contrary to the oss emu10k1 driver I am still experiencing distortion/clipping while playing pcm If you'd like to contribute content, let us know. Details [USB] [MIDIi] Sound Blaster 1.0 Sound Blaster 1.5 Sound Blaster 2.0 Sound Blaster Pro sb8 Details [ISA] [ANALOGio] [MIDIio] [Sample8bit] Sound Blaster 16 Sound Blaster 16 ASP Sound Blaster 16

I'v managed with help to fix most of them. Yes, I had the same problem with SBLive card and kernel vanilla 2.6.5 with Mandrake 10: I've just made the simple modification to the /usr/src/linux/sound/pci/ac97/ac97_codec.c shown above and recompile the kernel. You'll want to use a really good mixer, like gamix. Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS Description: Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS PCI sound card.

please help james 'a.t westcoastbmx /d;ot' com It would be nice if there were some sort of easy to read description of how the SB-Live works internally. I'v been unable to use it for any gaming for about 3 weeks now. I Just recently installed Fedora core 4 on a partition on one of the Raids and discovered I cannot find a creative Audigy2 zs linux driver anywhere?