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SubjectRe: via82cxxx_audio problems
Marcelo Borges Ribeiro wrote:
>
> The problem with via82xx is that it is locked in 48000Hz (you can see this
> in dmesg) and cannot play in any other rate. With mplayer you can see
> messages such as requested 16000Hz got (480000) that explains why it sounds
> like chip'n'dale ;-). P.s. I don´t know why it works with xmms but with
> mpg123 it refuses to play at all becouse these sound rates.

This is not a problem but a limitation of the hardware... some software
(including ALSA kernel drivers and xmms) will perform software rate
conversion.

If your audio sounds like chip-n-dales, your audio software does not
support hardware with locked codec rates, or you did not set it up to do
so.

Jeff



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