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VoodooHDA 2.8.4, Green Rear = Orange Rear


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I got a weird problem using VoodooHDA. After a restart I won't hear anything until I'll remove the Orange rear jack from the computer. After some research I've found that My orange and green are on the same line-out and after restart ML detects the orange one what leads me to not hear sound.

 

This is how my Audio devices look like:

 

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If i'll push the Orange jack in it will take the green one place :

 

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And I won't be able to hear anything. Is there a way to edit VoodooHda to separate those two or to completely disable the orange line-out? (I still want to keep the jack in for my Windows gaming OS)

 

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You can try using this patched VoodooHDA 2.7 (Tested in ML only) and adjust your settings in 'Sounds' in System Pref. as needed.

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Thanks for your reply joe_black.

I've installed the above VoodooHDA_Fix and I'm still seeing the same behavior. In System Pref -> sounds Lube-out (Green Rear) will turn into Line-Out (Orange Rear) once the Orange jack is inside the mother board. How can I adjust this?



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Do you have a line-out on the front of your case?



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I do , tried that solution and it half works but the sound coming out of the headphone jack on the front has a lot of side effects cracking popping sounds plus an ugly cable stuck in front of my case. I was hoping there is some kind of tweak to add another line out to voodoohda or at least disable current ones.



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My only other suggestion would be to drop the Voodoo, what is your audio chipset?



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It's a H87-D3H Haswell build with ALC892.  I tried every AppleHDA.kext version out there. Spent my all weekend on it.

After some digging + reading + consulting I was told that 10.8.4 does not support the version of the Intel HD Audio codec installed on my 8 series motherboard.



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It's a H87-D3H Haswell build with ALC892.  I tried every AppleHDA.kext version out there. Spent my all weekend on it.

After some digging + reading + consulting I was told that 10.8.4 does not support the version of the Intel HD Audio codec installed on my 8 series motherboard.

You've tried *cough* the forbidden Multi bear dog cat *cough* right?

You can use the ALC8xxx audio in the installer.



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I tried every audio driver ##### had to offer. With DSDT without DSDT. Even drivers that got nothing to do with my board.  :wink_anim:







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