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Hi. My name is Nathaniel. On my K52F ASUS lappy, I have problems with audio. I originally had problems with my audio playing through both speakers and head phone jack. ...
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    Intel HD Glitchy audio?


    Hi. My name is Nathaniel.

    On my K52F ASUS lappy, I have problems with audio.
    I originally had problems with my audio playing through both speakers and head phone jack.
    I tried to fix it by configuring ALSA.
    I've tried practically all of the extensions in the config, and none of them work... but now I have't even got any specific audio extension loaded, and it's still "Glitchy" (it wasn't before?)

    I have a HDA intel sound card with a G45 DEVIBX chipset...

    Anybody got flawless audio with this card?

    Also my alsamixer doesn't show any front speakers, which I think is my problem, but TBH I'm still investigating the problem.

    The last thing I want to do is recompile alsa+libraries and my audio drivers...

    Plus, I have pulse audio install...

    And I'm running a modified version of squeeze.

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    Hi.

    I encountered the same problem under Ubuntu / LinuxMint. It was related to SPDIF audio and Pulse. I solved it by editing the file /etc/pulse/daemon.conf like this :

    Code:
    resample-method = speex-float-9
    enable-remixing = yes
    
    
    
    default-sample-format = float32le
    default-sample-rate = 96000
    alternate-sample-rate = 48000
    default-sample-channels = 2
    default-channel-map = front-left,front-right
    I put those values because it's what my power amplifier is capable of.

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