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Re: [opensuse] Kdetv And Sound Blaster Audigy SE don't match
  • From: Adrian Vraciu <vark75@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 16 May 2008 18:20:06 +0300
  • Message-id: <1210951206.4819.8.camel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Unfortunately this doesn't help me. But in /etc/asound.state there is
the audigy card and also the previous one (even if I deleted it from
yast). also the on board card is disabled in BIOS. should I delete the
old card from that file?

On Fri, 2008-05-16 at 08:45 -0400, Ed Harrison wrote:
Adrian Vraciu wrote:
hello
I got today the following issue with kdetv. I've changed my sound card
from an on board one to an Audigy SE. But I had the unpleasant surprise
to see that i have no sound options of kdetv. In kdetv sound options i
see the sound card but I can't see any mixer devices to control the
sound of my tv tuner. Also the card is working very well in other
applications. With the previous card it worked very well. Can anyone
give me some hints regarding this issue?



I have the same sound card with an ATI TV Wonder/VE. It is loaded with
module snd_ca0106.

Firstly, did you disable the on-board sound in CMOS; kdetv may be
sensitive to the presence of 2 cards.

In the CA0106 Volume Control, File>>"Change Device", I selected the "0"
card which CA0106(Alsa Mixer).

In kdetv>>configure>>sound, the mixer driver = alsa. The alsa
"configure" button shows available card = ca0106.
I am using the sound card mixer (even if I select the tv card mixer, it
still uses the sound card mixer); volume in kdetv is controlled by the
"CAPTURE feedback" slider in the CA0106 Volume Control. Under
"Recording" tab, I am using "Line in" slider. This card has a shared
line-in and microphone socket; either choice works on mine. I do have
an external cable between sound-out on the TV card to Line-in on the ca0106.

I have no issues with this card. I have also used it with xawtv,
xawtv4, motv. I never got mplayer tv to work and MythTV is still a
mystery to me.

Hope this helps.

Ed Harrison

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