[PlanetCCRMA] 5.1 from TB Santa Clara

Mark Knecht Mark Knecht <markknecht@gmail.com>
Sun Mar 20 06:36:02 2005

  If there are controls to support this then they are *possibly*
visible using amixer. Try taking a careful look at the controls it
makes visible. Maybe somethign can be set up that way.

good luck,

On Sat, 19 Mar 2005 00:30:47 -0600, Sam Williams <sam@mbz.org> wrote:
> Ye of knowledge,
> I moved Turtle Beach Santa Clara card from Windows to Fedora 2.6.10CCRMA
> machine.  On Windows had to install drivers, run software to configure.
> On Fedora box, it simply detected new card and worked but...  There are
> jacks for front and rear speakers and a multipurpose jack that can be
> configured (using windows software) to provide output for center channel
> and bass.  Win software/drivers aren't much help in Linux.  Anyone know
> how to address the card to switch that jack to speaker output mode?
> I can set speaker system to 4 channel mode, run soundcard detection,
> play the test sound and it hits all the speakers.  Maybe that's the best
> I can hope for.  Maybe the speaker driver decodes center and bass as
> well as or better than the sound card; I suspect not.
> Thanks for any help/advice.
> Sam
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