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Re: PCI-e sound card candidates for porting to OS 4.1
Posted on 14-Aug-2017 18:13:37
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RadeonHD audio and USB audio would be good options .


+1

I'd particularly like to see audio over HDMI supported.
USB...not the greatest solution, but cheap and easy.

And thanks for mentioning Tremor, since that's more available than the Envy24HT, its worth consideration.

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