[alsa-devel] Jack sense fails on Fujitsu p7120
tiwai at suse.de
Wed Feb 2 17:00:57 CET 2011
At Wed, 2 Feb 2011 11:14:19 +0800,
Raymond Yau wrote:
> 2011/2/2 Robin Neatherway <neatherway at gmail.com>
> > > Do you mean
> > >
> > > LOUT1 playback volume control at node 0x8 affect the volume of your
> > > headphone and LOUT2 playback volume control at node 0x9 affect the volume
> > of
> > > your speakers ?
> > >
> > > If you look at 4.1 Block Diagram of alc260 datasheet ,
> > >
> > > LOUT1 is connected to 0xf Line Out and
> > > LOUT2 is connected to 0x10 HP
> > Having looked at the datasheet I agree with you, this seems
> > surprising. However, if I run speaker-test and then toggle the mutes
> > of LOUT1 and LOUT2 one by one, they toggle the headphones and speakers
> > respectively.
> > Additionally, to hear output on each device I have to set the
> > following pin modes:
> > Headphones: LINE1 pin mode at node 0x14 must be set to line out
> > (quieter)/headphones (louder)
> > Speakers: HP-OUT pin mode at node 0x10 must be set to line
> > out/headphones (same volume)
> hp_automute work only when it get the correct position of HP and speaker
> [Pin complex]
> Can you post the output of alsa-info.sh using model=auto after a cold boot
> to find out whether BIOS setup pin default of node 0x0f and 0x10 to HP and
> Speakers ?
> if not, you will need to find any alc269 model which create "Headphone
> Playback Volume" at node 0x8 and "Speaker Playback volume" at node 0x09
Or set up the pins dynamically via sysfs and reconfigure.
If you find out a working setup, it can be initialized automatically
via patch option of snd-hda-intel module.
More details are found in HD-Audio.txt.
More information about the Alsa-devel