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hardware OS4   hardware OS4 : Miracles happen: A1 onboard audio works!
   posted by DaveAE on 25-Oct-2005 20:46:09 (25744 reads)
This might come as a shock, but I've uploaded a working via686b onboard audio driver for the AmigaOne! Only the first batch(es) of A1's actually have the AC'97 chip physically on the board.

Update: New VIA686B AHI driver on OS4depot


Unfortunately, it was taken off later on as Eyetech didn't think it was ever going to work. You could just try the driver to see if you have such a chip, but you can also have a look on the motherboard: left to the AGP-port, under the gfx card either is a small Sigmatel chip or an empty square. Most people won't have the chip though.

Some clever guy found out what was wrong. I'll mention him later on if he wants to be mentioned, I'm not sure at this moment if he does. Normally, the BIOS/firmware sets up some registers of the VIA that make it work (ACPI), unfortunately back then we thought it was a hardware issue.

This first version is very basic. It is playback only, has CD-in monitoring, but no volume controls etc. This will come soon in a later version.

If you're lucky to have the AC'97 chip, give it a try. If you'll use it, I would appreciate a small donation of 5 euro to paypal@audio-evolution.com.

Kind regards and thanks to the guy who found out about it in the first place!

Davy Wentzler
    

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Re: Miracles happen: A1 onboard audio works!
Posted on 26-Oct-2005 2:40:30
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oops... I thought I didn't have it, but looked at the wrong place quickly. I do have it. Now to get around to installing the driver. (Yes, I have a SB, but this gives me something to play with now that I have network printing working to my new Lexmark C510n, but more about that in another thread in a day or two.)

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OK, so if the big brown socket isn't for the 'missing' audio chip...

then what IS it for???


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Re: Miracles happen: A1 onboard audio works!
Posted on 26-Oct-2005 4:48:01
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Okay, so, come on, come on now....

Is this what they call an "Easter egg", or is it an early, early Christmas present??!!!

Or how about a Hallowe'en treat?!??!?!


Okay, I didn't look at the motherboard, because I don't want to turn my AmigaOne off (ever!), BUT, at the back, horizontally, there are what appear to be 2 speaker output sockets and a mic input socket (it looks like the scratches for those ins and outs), does that mean I have it???

 
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Re: Miracles happen: A1 onboard audio works!
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EDIT: i'm stupid on mornings

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Having looked at some photo's of my SE I have online (not at home at the mo) it looks as though I may have the sigmatel chip, just no AMR riser card

If Olegil wants to produce them for a reasonable price I might buy one - It can't be anymore unreliable than my SBLive!!!

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@Rassilon
If you have the Sigmatel chip, I see no point in needing an AMR riser card.

@all
To clear up a few other issues: the chip is not socketed. Again, if you draw a virtual horizontal line through the agp port, it's at the left side of the agp port, on that horizontal line.

I'm 99.9% sure you can just put ANY AC'97 v2.3 chip on there from any brand. That is, if you know of a way to solder it on the board. They are supposed to be pin-compatible, after all, AC'97 is a standard.

The fix was to power a part of the VIA up using the ACPI (power management). If anything, you need to blame VIA, since they didn't want to help out and their docs are really really badly written. The driver itself was also far more work than other drivers because of this and the different way this audio controller works compared to other chips.

Thanks to Steven Brookes who found out about it!

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Re: Miracles happen: A1 onboard audio works!
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Holy cow! This is awesome! I can free up a PCI slot! I haven't manually checked yet (i'm at work), but I know that when I bought mine they were still trying to get the audio working! Good work, guys!


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Dang, I was just looking in my shelf for the A1240 today and happened to see the old AMR card I made for the SE. I had the excact same symptoms with that one as the other guys had with their XE, so I never finished it, thinking the VIA was wired wrong. Now you tell me the XE CAN have onboard sound?

Maybe I need to try this with the AMR in my SE. If it works, I have a product.

It's rather simple board with codec, 2xRCA out, 4 pin CD audio in. But that's really all I need. Danga.


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Wow!

Great news. And my G4XE has one, but I can't make it work.
Installed the drivers, got VIA-AC97 in ahi prefs, but can't hear test sound

And where exactly is the onboard cdrom audio connector? There are three candidates:
JP32, JP34 and one I can't read without taking the board on the table, it is just above JP34.


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@Firbodi

The SE has an AMR instead. The chip goes on a card in that slot.

@all

hand-soldering SMD components isn't all that difficult. This chip even has visible pins. You just need a steady hand and proper gear. I did worse things just yesterday


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It's JP34. Please try that first before we dive into 'normal' playback. If the modes show up in the AHI prefs, it initialized the codec correctly. Please post the serial debug output (you may need sashimippc for this).
Oh, and please do connect your speakers to the green mini-jack (just in case...).

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@DaveAE:

Quote:

It's JP34. Please try that first before we dive into 'normal' playback.


silence.

Quote:

If the modes show up in the AHI prefs, it initialized the codec correctly. Please post the serial debug output (you may need sashimippc for this).


Gone to c if I can work the sashimi out...

Quote:

Oh, and please do connect your speakers to the green mini-jack (just in case...).


Sure thing

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@DaveAE:


Edit:

in th mixer the only card available is sb128. Is it normal?
should I remove the sb?

/Edit


Ok, sashimi spits out the following when clickink "Play a test sound":

with "none" debug level:
no date for card = 0
no date for card = 0

with "full" debug level:

AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x00030002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_FrequencyArg, 3,
AHIDB_Frequency, 0x11745AA0,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_AllocAudioA(
AHIA_AudioID, 0x00030002,
AHIA_MixFreq, 44100,
AHIA_Channels, 1,
AHIA_Sounds, 1,
TAG_DONE)AHI_SampleFrameSize(10)=>8
AHI_SampleFrameSize(10)=>8
=>0x02F272B0
AHI_LoadSound(0, 0, 0x0333E2F0, 0x02F272B0) [T:0x00000001 A:0x02F29090 L:109]=>0
AHI_ControlAudioA(0x02F272B0,
AHIC_Play, FALSE,
AHIC_MonitorVolume, 0.0,
AHIC_InputGain, 1.0,
AHIC_OutputVolume, 1.0,
AHIC_Input, 0,
AHIC_Output, 0,
TAG_DONE)=>0
AHI_PlayA(0x02F272B0,
AHIP_BeginChannel, 0,
AHIP_Freq, 48000,
AHIP_Vol, 1.0,
AHIP_Pan, 0.500,
AHIP_Sound, 0,
AHIP_EndChannel, 0,
TAG_DONE)
AHI_SetFreq(0, 48000, 0x02F272B0, 1)
AHI_SetVol(0, 0x00010000, 0x00008000, 0x02F272B0, 1)
AHI_SetSound(0, 0, 0x00000000, 0x00000000, 0x02F272B0, 1)
AHI_ControlAudioA(0x02F272B0,
AHIC_Play, TRUE,
TAG_DONE)OpenDevice(0, 0x02F29250, 0)AHI_NextAudioID(0xFFFFFFFF)=>0x00010001
AHI_AllocAudioA(
AHIA_AudioID, 0x02000002,
AHIA_MixFreq, 44100,
AHIA_Channels, 32,
AHIA_Sounds, 128,
AHIA_PlayerFunc, 0x02F46E60,
AHIA_RecordFunc, 0x02F46E74,
AHIA_SoundFunc, 0x02F46E88,
TAG_DONE)no date for card = 0
AHI_FreeAudio(0x02F48EB0)
=>0x00000000
=>-1
OpenDevice(0, 0x02F29250, 0)AHI_NextAudioID(0xFFFFFFFF)=>0x00010001
AHI_AllocAudioA(
AHIA_AudioID, 0x02000002,
AHIA_MixFreq, 44100,
AHIA_Channels, 32,
AHIA_Sounds, 128,
AHIA_PlayerFunc, 0x02F46E60,
AHIA_RecordFunc, 0x02F46E74,
AHIA_SoundFunc, 0x02F46E88,
TAG_DONE)no date for card = 0
AHI_FreeAudio(0x02F48EB0)
=>0x00000000
=>-1
=>5
AHI_UnloadSound(0, 0x02F272B0)
AHI_FreeAudio(0x02F272B0)
AHI_UnloadSound(0, 0x02F272B0)


Jack

Last edited by jack on 26-Oct-2005 at 10:30 AM.


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Re: Miracles happen: A1 onboard audio works!
Posted on 26-Oct-2005 10:58:44
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I tested the driver for the onboard soundchip, but noticed it didn't play.
I simply don't have the onboard chip. I'm happy for those who find this
chip on their old A1-boards

Anyway. Great work, Dave!

 
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Re: Miracles happen: A1 onboard audio works!
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@Helgis

Did the audio modes show up in the AHI prefs?


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Re: Miracles happen: A1 onboard audio works!
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Quote:
in th mixer the only card available is sb128. Is it normal?

Yes, you don't expect Mixer to automatically support all audio hardware, do you?

Quote:
should I remove the sb?

No, I have 2 other soundcards in my machine too without problems.

Quote:
no date for card = 0

It almost seems like I've uploaded the wrong driver. I'll upload another one tomorrow. But, for my peace of mind, please do a hardware reset, boot without Mixer (very important for this debug output test), run sashimippc and then start the ahi prefs. It might result in the same debug output though. Oh, and please choose a hifi stereo++ mode if you haven't done so.


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Quote:
Did the audio modes show up in the AHI prefs?

Yep its in the prefs, and I dont have the chip :(

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@RWO

Ok, then I need to fix that.


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Re: Miracles happen: A1 onboard audio works!
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Blinking flip! That's ace news! Nice one Davy :)


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@DaveAE:

Here it is (no mixer, cold boot):

OpenDevice(255, 0x0282DAF8, 0)AHI_NextAudioID(0xFFFFFFFF)=>0x00010001
=>0
AHI_NextAudioID(0xFFFFFFFF)=>0x00010001
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x00010001, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11400A44,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x00010001)=>0x00010002
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x00010002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11400AB4,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x00010002)=>0x00010003
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x00010003, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11400B24,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x00010003)=>0x00010004
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x00010004, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11400BD4,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x00010004)=>0x00010005
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x00010005, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11400C44,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x00010005)=>0x00010006
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x00010006, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11400ED4,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x00010006)=>0x00010007
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x00010007, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11400F44,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x00010007)=>0x00010009
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x00010009, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11400FB4,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x00010009)=>0x0001000A
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x0001000A, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11408434,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x0001000A)=>0x0001000B
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x0001000B, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x114084A4,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x0001000B)=>0x0001000C
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x0001000C, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11408514,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x0001000C)=>0x0001000D
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x0001000D, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11408584,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x0001000D)=>0x0001000E
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x0001000E, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x114085F4,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x0001000E)=>0x0001000F
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x0001000F, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11408664,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x0001000F)=>0x00010010
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x00010010, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x114086D4,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x00010010)=>0x00010011
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x00010011, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11408744,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x00010011)=>0x00010012
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x00010012, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x114087B4,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x00010012)=>0x00010013
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x00010013, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11408824,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x00010013)=>0x02000001
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000001, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11408894,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x02000001)=>0x02000002
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11408904,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x02000002)=>0x02000003
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000003, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11408974,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x02000003)=>0x02000004
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000004, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x114089E4,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x02000004)=>0x00340002
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x00340002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11408A54,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x00340002)=>0x00030001
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x00030001, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11408AC4,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x00030001)=>0x00030002
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x00030002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11408B34,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x00030002)=>0x00030003
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x00030003, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11408BA4,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x00030003)=>0x00030004
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x00030004, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 80,
AHIDB_Name, 0x11408C14,
AHIDB_Realtime, 0x02E83FB8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_NextAudioID(0x00030004)=>0xFFFFFFFF
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_IndexArg, 44100,
AHIDB_Index, 0x02870500,
AHIDB_Frequencies, 0x0287051C,
AHIDB_MaxChannels, 0x02870520,
AHIDB_Inputs, 0x02870524,
AHIDB_Outputs, 0x02870528,
AHIDB_MinOutputVolume, 0x02E83F80,
AHIDB_MaxOutputVolume, 0x02E83F84,
AHIDB_MinMonitorVolume, 0x02E83F88,
AHIDB_MaxMonitorVolume, 0x02E83F8C,
AHIDB_MinInputGain, 0x02E83F90,
AHIDB_MaxInputGain, 0x02E83F94,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 128,
AHIDB_Author, 0x0287059C,
AHIDB_Copyright, 0x0287061C,
AHIDB_Driver, 0x0287069C,
AHIDB_Version, 0x0287071C,
AHIDB_Annotation, 0x0287079C,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_Inputs, 0x02E83E98,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 32,
AHIDB_InputArg, 0,
AHIDB_Input, 0x11408D0C,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 32,
AHIDB_InputArg, 1,
AHIDB_Input, 0x11408D14,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 32,
AHIDB_InputArg, 2,
AHIDB_Input, 0x11408D18,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 32,
AHIDB_InputArg, 3,
AHIDB_Input, 0x11408D1B,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 32,
AHIDB_InputArg, 4,
AHIDB_Input, 0x11408D21,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 32,
AHIDB_InputArg, 5,
AHIDB_Input, 0x11408D25,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 32,
AHIDB_InputArg, 6,
AHIDB_Input, 0x11408D2B,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 32,
AHIDB_InputArg, 7,
AHIDB_Input, 0x11408D38,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_Outputs, 0x02E83E98,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 32,
AHIDB_OutputArg, 0,
AHIDB_Output, 0x11400CA8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_FrequencyArg, 9,
AHIDB_Frequency, 0x02E83E50,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_Record, 0x02E83E20,
AHIDB_FullDuplex, 0x02E83E24,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_FrequencyArg, 9,
AHIDB_Frequency, 0x02E83E10,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_FrequencyArg, 9,
AHIDB_Frequency, 0x11400EA0,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_IndexArg, 44100,
AHIDB_Index, 0x02870500,
AHIDB_Frequencies, 0x0287051C,
AHIDB_MaxChannels, 0x02870520,
AHIDB_Inputs, 0x02870524,
AHIDB_Outputs, 0x02870528,
AHIDB_MinOutputVolume, 0x02E83ED0,
AHIDB_MaxOutputVolume, 0x02E83ED4,
AHIDB_MinMonitorVolume, 0x02E83ED8,
AHIDB_MaxMonitorVolume, 0x02E83EDC,
AHIDB_MinInputGain, 0x02E83EE0,
AHIDB_MaxInputGain, 0x02E83EE4,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 128,
AHIDB_Author, 0x0287059C,
AHIDB_Copyright, 0x0287061C,
AHIDB_Driver, 0x0287069C,
AHIDB_Version, 0x0287071C,
AHIDB_Annotation, 0x0287079C,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_Inputs, 0x02E83DE8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 32,
AHIDB_InputArg, 0,
AHIDB_Input, 0x1133ADE4,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 32,
AHIDB_InputArg, 1,
AHIDB_Input, 0x1133ADEC,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 32,
AHIDB_InputArg, 2,
AHIDB_Input, 0x1133ADF0,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 32,
AHIDB_InputArg, 3,
AHIDB_Input, 0x1133ADF3,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 32,
AHIDB_InputArg, 4,
AHIDB_Input, 0x1133ADF9,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 32,
AHIDB_InputArg, 5,
AHIDB_Input, 0x1133ADFD,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 32,
AHIDB_InputArg, 6,
AHIDB_Input, 0x1133AE03,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 32,
AHIDB_InputArg, 7,
AHIDB_Input, 0x1133AE10,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_Outputs, 0x02E83DE8,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_BufferLen, 32,
AHIDB_OutputArg, 0,
AHIDB_Output, 0x1133AC38,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_Record, 0x02E83F10,
AHIDB_FullDuplex, 0x02E83F14,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE
AHI_GetAudioAttrsA(0x02000002, 0x00000000,
AHIDB_FrequencyArg, 9,
AHIDB_Frequency, 0x02E83F00,
TAG_DONE)=>TRUE


Jack.


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