sound card

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    No sound with sound card Intel Comet Lake PCH-LP cAVS

    Hello everyone, I just installed FreeBSD 13.1 on my new PC which has an Intel Comet Lake PCH-LP cAVS sound card and unfortunately I can't get the sound to work. I understand from this link ( that the Intel...
  2. M

    C Recording from FreeBSD sound subsystem

    I am trying to implement a basic example to record a few seconds of audio in FreeBSD, which uses a modified OSS version. Following the sample files included in the FreeBSD source code and the OSS programming guide I have prepared the following sample program: #include <sys/soundcard.h> #include...
  3. J

    Solved External USB audio interface

    I have a Fiio Olympus 2 audio interface (USB 2.0 -> 3.5mm jack) and would like to play audio through it (in FreeBSD 13.0). I've loaded the `snd_driver` metadriver which loaded in a bunch of audio drivers. Here's the output of cat /dev/sndstat: Installed devices: pcm0: <NVIDIA (0x0083) (HDMI/DP...
  4. aragats

    Intel's Sound Open Firmware

    I haven't heard about a need for a sound card firmware until I got the new ThinkPad T14 gen.2 This announcement about support by Linux kernel is 2+ years old. This is the project itself: 1. Is it right that certain sound devices won't work properly without firmware? 2. Are...
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    Solved Sound card

    Troubleshooting setting up the soundcard, and I have tried every pcm device to output the audio to. I still cannot get sound working through the hdmi to my tv monitor. What other options do I have to adjust the sound settings other than sysctl and mixer?
  6. christhegeek

    Can't playback sound to the displayport monitor output

    Can't playback sound to the displayport monitor output Tried to change the default soundcard to hdmi but it doesn't playback any sound from any application !!! It shows many hdmi soundcards but it doesn't playback sound. I have an amd Rx580
  7. drrahulvaghelamusic

    Not Detected / Synaptic touch pad/Headphones/USBs /Bluetooth (SPEAKERS working fine)

    Mouse pad works! it has mouse but synaptic touch pad is not working as scrolling or other functions or it may not be detected ! Sound Works through Speakers but Headphones are unable to connect ! used hw.snd.default_1 by sysctl (0>>1) still no sound ! USD ports are open but they dont detect...
  8. Ishayahu

    second number in /dev/dsp%d.%d

    From pcm I see, that in /dev/dsp%d.%d And what represents the second number?
  9. Lars Skogstad

    Solved Soundcard drivers RME Adi 2 Pro

    Hello Ive installed FreeBSD 11.1 with KDE5 Plasma, everything seems to be stable and working fine. It discovered all my hardware even my printer but not my external USB soundcard. Im using a RME Adi 2 Pro - usb soundcard and ive been trying to search around for answers with no luck. I found...
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    Audio Issues And Recommendations

    I'm having issues with audio after trying all the sound drivers, my pciconf -lv lists my available audio devices as: hdac2@pci0:0:27:0: class=0x040300 card=0xda201462 chip=0x8d208086 rev=0x05 hdr=0x00 vendor = 'Intel Corporation' device = 'C610/X99 series chipset HD Audio...
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    RME hdspe soundcard driver

    Hello, I'm new to the forum so hi everyone! I'm a student in IT & telcommunications from France. I currently use Archlinux but I am thinking about switching to a BSD system. At the moment, the only thing that hold me back is that I think that there is no driver for my RME hammerfall II...
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    Solved MacBook (Pro) 5,1 + Realtek ALC889A sound setup

    Dear FreeBSD users, I recently decided to revisit my attempts to install FreeBSD 10.x on an older MacBook 5,1 (2008-2009 series) device. It has nice, integrated nVidia graphics (GeForce 9400M), well supported by the binary blob and a Broadcom bcm4322 wireless adapter that is supposedly being...
  13. aragats

    Solved Microphone input monitor

    I'm trying to find a way to monitor microphone input to catch a particular "event". In other words, something principally similar to a motion detector - to execute a command upon an event. Currently I'm using a simple ffmpeg command to record the sound card input into a file: ffmpeg -f oss -i...