Re: [linux-audio-user] MAudio Audiophile USB strikes back

From: Pierre-Antoine Champin <lau-050706@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Thu Jul 07 2005 - 12:30:58 EEST

Arnold Krille a écrit :
> Hi,
> On 7/7/05, Pierre-Antoine Champin <lau-050706@email-addr-hidden> wrote:
>>I then tried to fix the saturation problem with alsamixer, and here come
>>the problems. 'alsamixer -c 3' outputs 'No mixer elems found'. Is this a
>>limitation of the device, the alsa driver or my hacking skills ?
>>Is there a means of having alsamixer work, or any other software mixer ?
>>Or do I have to control manually the input level ?
> It could be that this device has no hardware mixer (at least my tascam
> hasn`t). You have to control the knobs on the device.
> Another approache: Is this device based on the envy-chip? Try envycontrol...
>>More generally, does anyone have an experience of running an Audiophile
>>USB completely with linux? I bought it in the faith of the alsa website,
>>claiming support for this device, but searching the net gives me the
>>impression that some problems remain...
>>PS: for the record, I use a Debian/testing with kernel 2.6.1, alsa
>>drivers from the kernel, libasound2 1.0.9, jack 0.99.0 .
> You definitly want to upgrade your kernel to a recent version before
> trying everything else. At least before sending bug reports...

oops, I meant 2.6.10, which is not *that* old...
I will try a more recent one, however


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