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ronalith

Member Since 15 Aug 2005
Offline Last Active Aug 15 2014 02:38 PM
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In Topic: VoodooHDA 2.8.5 for Mavericks (Slice + AnV) (Signed!)

10 August 2014 - 10:29 PM

This website explains it pretty well: http://olarila.com/f...php?f=28&t=2676

 

My way is that I just navigate to /proc/asound and you'll see all of the codec dumps for each of your cards. Then just copy/paste them elsewhere.

 

The best that can be done with voodoo at least is to treat the mic in and line in as headphones for 2 of the output nodes, but at best, you'll only have 3 outputs available at a time. 

Thanks I didn't know about those voodoo restrictions.

 

I meant how to get a dump of a second codec from mac, for this one I disabled the hdmi to get it. This is the dump after your patches, it's working nicely.

In Topic: VoodooHDA 2.8.5 for Mavericks (Slice + AnV) (Signed!)

09 August 2014 - 04:25 PM

So you want to retask nodes 24 and 26 as line outs?

 

Unfortunately, you have 3 output nodes and 3 output pin complexes. They all work fine. The issue is that voodoohda only allows one output per node, (except for headphones redirect). So I retasked nodes 24 and 26 to share with 2 of the output nodes with the hp redirect but I'm not sure if you can use them at the same time as the regular outputs assigned to those nodes. Try this and se what happens. Can you attach the voodoo dump after you try this?

Hey! thanks for this! it's working out much better.

 

Is that the reason to deactivate the internal speaker?

Can you please tell me how to get the dump of another codec? if I do "getdump >newdump.txt" I would only get codec #0, my videocard.

 

I found speaker levels much different than in windows but I guess it's a matter of tweaking the VoodooHDA sys prefs. Attached is my linux codec dump if it's of any help!

In Topic: VoodooHDA 2.8.5 for Mavericks (Slice + AnV) (Signed!)

07 August 2014 - 03:04 PM

I've been unsuccesfully trying to patch my vooodoo to have all my jacks as separate outputs and keep the front microphone as the only input for 5.1 analog audio and manual switching. However, whenever I try to change something, only a few of them are visible in the output devices.

Right now I get only Green and Blue rear, internal speaker and front microphone. Any help would be great!

 

Oh, and those "black" disabled speakers don't exist in the motherboard, it only has 3 jacks in the back, 2 at the front and an internal speaker.

 

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