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       oss_audigyls - Creative Labs CA106 (AudigyLS/SBLive 24bit) driver.


       Open  Sound System driver for Creative Labs Audigy2-LS and SBLive 24bit
       7.1 soundcards.

       Audigy-LS device characteristics:

              o  8/16/24 bit playback/record

              o  mono/stereo/4/5.1 playback

              o  8KHz to 192Khz sample rate.

       There are 2 models of the AudigyLS  device:  one  with  an  AC97  codec
       called  the  AudigyLS  and  the  one  without  called  the  SBLive 7.1.
       Essentially they are the same chip but behave a bit differently.

       When playing AC3 on the AudigyLS (the one with the AC97  mixer)  -  you
       need to ensure that the igain slider is set to 0.

       o  The AudigyLS has 4 mixer controls for each channel.

       o  The  "spread"  button  will  simply duplicate the front audio on the
          other 3 channels so that every speaker is playing what the front L/R
          is playing.

       o  LoopBack  recording allows you to capture any channel that's playing

       o  Record Volume slider just adjusts the input gain.

       o  Record Source selector selects the input.

       o  The "recmon" button  enables  a  passthrough  of  the  analog  input

       o  Monitor  Volume  slider  sets  the  passthrough  gain  if  recmon is


       o  audigyls_spdif_enable=0|1 The Audigy LS has  a  versa-jack  (orange)
          that  can  be  set  as  SPDIF output or the Side-Surround left/right
          speakers in a 7.1 setup.  When  set  as  SPDIF,  you  can  get  play
          PCM/AC3 audio to a Dolby(R) capable receiver.


       /etc/oss4/conf/oss_audigyls.conf Device configuration file


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                               05 February 2012                oss_audigyls(7)