Re: [LAU] Envy24Control is missing the Analog Volume tab - need guidance...

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To: Tim E. Real <termtech@...>
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Date: Monday, November 5, 2012 - 11:59 am

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On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 4:19 AM, Tim E. Real wrote:

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external converters are invisible to ALSA, just as they are to CoreAudio or
any other audio API. they exist on the "far side" of the device being
controlled by the driver, and only exist as far as the driver is concerned
in an indirect sense - they might control word clock-driven sample rate,
for example.

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On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 4:19 AM, Tim E. R=
eal <termtech@rogers.com> wrote:

His converters are external. Does ALSA know how to work with
=A0such converters? I'll read a bit more tomorrow. I bet some better an=
swers
=A0will appear here though...external converters =
are invisible to ALSA, just as they are to CoreAudio or any other audio API=
. they exist on the "far side" of the device being controlled by =
the driver, and only exist as far as the driver is concerned in an indirect=
sense - they might control word clock-driven sample rate, for example.=A0 =

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