CMI Strange Issues I’m getting some strange behaviour out of my new CMI card, I can’t seem to get surround sound out of it it just shows up as 1 output in Pulseaudio sound preferences. If there are other entries, repeat Step 3 with each parameter. So, if you want surround sound these cannot be used for input, sorry. I’m pretty sure there is no onboard sound – always tried to avoid it As for the Mic-in, in light of your recent revelation about my card I’ve decided to use a USB mic for my input, which should take care of that little issue.
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If it still doesn’t work, return to Step 2 and play with mixer settings.
I didn’t end up installing the latest ALSA but for some reason today I now have all 6 channels working just fine! Post as a guest Name. Hi there I get I did somehow get some music out, but it sounded like someone was singing through a cup of water! Try playing back a WAV file: Kyle Brandt 2, 2 25 CMI Strange Issues I’m getting some strange behaviour out of my new CMI card, I can’t seem to get surround sound out of it it just shows up as 1 output in Pulseaudio sound preferences.
February 12th, 3. What’s audio like if you play this http: So, if you want surround sound these cannot be used for input, sorry. Worst thing wrong is that I have no music from speaker – an absolute showstopper for me. Installed MInt 15 on my desktop after a reasonably good experience with my Lenovo laptop.
A number of documents I’ve seen on Google have made reference to the “asound. I tested the same tune on my smartphone and the lack of clarity and balance was total. I can’t get any light out of my speakers, either Did you reinstall alsa after you put this card in?
How to Install CMI8768 C-Media Sound Driver
No such luck this time though. System Info Linux Mint 8 Ubuntu 9.
No sound out of jbuntu optical out? TonyUser 1 2. You are logged into reality as ‘root’ logging in as ‘insane’ is the only safe option. I installed a new sound card, a Turtle Beach card, and can’t seem to get sound out of the optical out.
The time now is Check mixer settings try TonyUser’s suggestion of gnome-volume-control-pulse first, then try running alsamixer and seeing if you need to adjust things ubunhu as well.
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You might want to try that. CMI Strange Issues Ubunth no, just left speaker that appears to be sent to all 6 speakers. What happens if you run: