KMix and KEnvy24
esken at kde.org
Wed Jan 21 20:39:24 GMT 2009
Am Sonntag, 4. Januar 2009 schrieb Valentin Rusu:
> Well, Audigy is simpler, as it doesn't (as I know) send left signal to
> both left and right outputs. In ICE1712 chips, output signal
> contribution for an input follow these formulas :
> outL = Volume1L * inL + Volume1R * inR;
> inR = Volume2L * inL + Volume2R * inR;
> There are 4 (four) independent volume sliders for a single stereo
> input ! In normal situations (eg stereo cards) Volume1R and Volume2L are
> always equal to 0. Otherwise, the stereo image of input signal is
> I attach here a screen capture of envy24control which shows how sliders
> should be configured to correctly retain stereo image of an input
> signal. Please note that PCM L/R notation is replaced by "PCM Out 1" and
> "PCM Out 2".
OK, I understand. And I agree: This is really confusing.
I am just wondering how to present this to an user. The screenshot looks so bizarre: The right channel is left of the left channel.
Right channel: PCM Out1,Right slider: 96
Left channel : PCM Out2,Left slider: 96
And what is the "L/R Gang" switch?
Things should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler.
- Albert Einstein
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