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February 07, Any Cmi88768 wizards around? I am using Ubuntu 9. Thanks again for the help! Kyle Brandt 2, 2 25 Hi there I get I hadn’t thought of removing and re-installing ALSA, it makes sense though from what little I understand of the Linux sound system.
I did somehow get some music out, but it sounded like someone was singing through a cup of water! February 12th, 3.
I can’t get any light out of my speakers, either February 14th, 8. Do you have 2 sound cards installed. FYI, the line-in and mic-in rear jacks are switchable.
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No such luck this time though. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. 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.
Have you tried playing any actual surround sound files or streams? CMI Strange Issues I’m getting some strange behaviour out of my new CMI card, I can’t seem to get surround sound cmi7868 of it it just shows up as 1 output in Pulseaudio sound preferences. Someone said elsewhere this seems a worryingly common problem to run lspci grep -i audio and smod grep snd the output follows.
CMI Strange Issues Unfortuantely no, just left speaker that appears to be sent to all 6 speakers. I can get static out the front two channels with the following command but that is it so far when the test says center, nothing works:.
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Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. Also in sound preferences I have selected the Analog Surround 5. I can get static out the front two channels with the following command but that is it so far when the test says center, nothing works: Ubujtu that the card is found and available already done!
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Can anyone help me on this – really don’t want to have to go back to windows wayne-System-Product-Name wayne lspci grep -i audio I got digital pass through and Cmi8786 working with xbmc when I uninstalled pulse, so now I just need to get regular sound ie wav like you mentioned, or the test sound in Ubuntu’s sound settings to work February 15th, 9.
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So in the end, a reboot after removing pulse got everything working. I did try a surround DVD but it appeared that the front audio was being played from the rear outputs as well which seems consistent with speaker-test thinking I only have 1 output device.
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 there as well.
No sound out of the optical out? February 9th, 1. Did you reinstall alsa after you put this card in?