[pulseaudio-discuss] Pulseaudio with VT1708S soundcard - Splitting between output Archlinux

Sw@g sweetthdevil at gmail.com
Tue Apr 10 08:03:58 PDT 2012


Many thanks for your reply, the problem is in pavucontrol the output 
devices are:

"Internal Audio Analog Stereo" - "RTP Multicast" - "Simultaneous output 
to internal audi analog stereo" it doesn't seems to recognise the back 
output where the speaker are plug to and the front output where the 
headphone is plug to.

The soundcard profile is "Analog Stereo Output" I tried those other 
profile but nothing seems to work, is there any other setup to do?


On 09/04/12 15:49, Roman Beslik wrote:
> Hello!
> The tricky thing is that Skype actually sends 2 audio streams:
> 0) incoming call ringing;
> 1) a voice.
> You can test the streams with "echo123" and 
> "Options/Notifications/Test Event". Stream 0 is always visible as 
> "System Sounds" in "pavucontrol". Stream 1 appears when you are talking.
> Youtube audio appears in "pavucontrol" under the name of your webbrowser.
> I should tell that Skype does recognize audio streams on my Arch Linux.
> The wiki page that you mentioned describes tuning of another aspect. 
> If you have 6-channel sound card and stereo speakers, set the number 
> of channels to 2 in "alsamixer" and "default-sample-channels=2" in 
> PulseAudio.
> On 09.04.12 11:49, Sw at g wrote:
>> I installed pavucontrol and paprefs but it seems pulseaudio doesn't
>> recognise the different output, after searching the wiki a bit I suppose
>> I need to follow the setup for the surround sound found there =>
>> https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/PulseAudio/Examples#Surround_sound_systems 
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