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Beans 
Re: PCI-e sound card candidates for porting to OS 4.1
Posted on 14-Aug-2017 19:13:37
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@Spectre660

Quote:
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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Re: PCI-e sound card candidates for porting to OS 4.1
Posted on 22-Feb-2018 20:33:24
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Is there a complete list somewhere of things we already have drivers for, from being integrated on various boards or from PCI or PCIe, USB etc. cards?

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Re: PCI-e sound card candidates for porting to OS 4.1
Posted on 22-Feb-2018 21:35:52
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@billt

Some raw info can be pulled for these links .

http://os4depot.net/index.php?function=browse&cat=driver/audio
http://blog.hyperion-entertainment.biz/?p=912

Tabor/A1222 audio in development.
http://forum.hyperion-entertainment.biz/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=3847&start=10#p42550

X1000 HD Audio (Not sure what the driver is named)
CMI8738.audio
Envy24.audio
Envy24HT.audio
cs4281.audio
emu10kx.audio
fm801.audio
sb128.audio
solo_one.audio
sm502.audio
via-ac97.audio

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Re: PCI-e sound card candidates for porting to OS 4.1
Posted on 23-Feb-2018 11:17:11
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@Beans

"I'd particularly like to see audio over HDMI supported."

+1
It would solve a lot!

"USB...not the greatest solution, but cheap and easy."

+1
It would make it simpler to build cheap (

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Re: PCI-e sound card candidates for porting to OS 4.1
Posted on 23-Feb-2018 11:19:15
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+audio compatibility info (not sure if up-to-date):
http://intuitionbase.com/comphard.php?category=3

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Re: PCI-e sound card candidates for porting to OS 4.1
Posted on 23-Feb-2018 20:15:58
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@Spectre660
X1000 HD Audio (Not sure what the driver is named)

This driver is named: hdaudio.audio


hdaudio.audio - ( HD AUDIO CODEC 92HD700 )
CMI8738.audio
Envy24.audio
Envy24HT.audio
cs4281.audio
emu10kx.audio
fm801.audio
sb128.audio
solo_one.audio
sm502.audio
via-ac97.audio

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Re: PCI-e sound card candidates for porting to OS 4.1
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Thanks everyone.

I was wondering if this sound card might work.

It says Via Tremor on the chip, which seems to mean model 1723. Some places say "Envy24 Tremor 1723" as one long name, some places only call it Tremor 1723, and I'm confused if it is a chip we can use or not.

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Posted on 26-Feb-2018 20:18:27
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@billt

PCI versions with the VT-1723 may not work.
I have a SIIG model were every thing appears ok but no sound .
The card is good as it works under Linux on a X5000 .
The problem may be due different pin out from the codec thank the pcie-x1 versions according to A-Cube but they could not check with out having one (Card issue reported in 2013 after testing with a Sam440ep-flex).


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Thanks everyone.

I was wondering if this sound card might work.

It says Via Tremor on the chip, which seems to mean model 1723. Some places say "Envy24 Tremor 1723" as one long name, some places only call it Tremor 1723, and I'm confused if it is a chip we can use or not.

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