[alsa-devel] First test of the hda-jack branch
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Wed Nov 16 10:50:27 CET 2011
2011/11/15 David Henningsson <david.henningsson at canonical.com>:
> On 11/14/2011 05:24 PM, Jaroslav Kysela wrote:
>> Date 14.11.2011 10:32, Takashi Iwai wrote:
>>> At Fri, 11 Nov 2011 21:08:47 +0100,
>>> David Henningsson wrote:
>>>> In addition, I have a question about the second machine, which looks
>>>> like this:
>>>> numid=45,iface=CARD,name='Front Headphone Jack'
>>>> numid=47,iface=CARD,name='Front Mic Jack'
>>>> numid=48,iface=CARD,name='Line Jack'
>>>> numid=41,iface=CARD,name='Line-Out Jack'
>>>> numid=42,iface=CARD,name='Line-Out Jack',index=1
>>>> numid=43,iface=CARD,name='Line-Out Jack',index=2
>>>> numid=44,iface=CARD,name='Line-Out Jack',index=3
>>>> numid=46,iface=CARD,name='Rear Mic Jack'
>>>> Would it be possible to name the Line-Out Jacks "Front Line-Out",
>>>> "Surround Line-Out" etc, so one can tell which one is which? Or can you
>>>> always tell that just from the order of them?
>>> I can assign more intuitive names for the output, certainly.
>>> I'll consider the implementation.
How about those dell xps notebooks which have dual headphone jacks ?
>> Perhaps, the jacks should be described (control name) using physical
>> parameters (location, color, connector type). Many codecs support both
>> directions and I saw some bug-reports that ALSA cannot reassign the
>>direction of jacks -
> We can essentially do that in snd-hda-intel with the reconfiguration
> feature. That will also recreate the jacks with the new name. This seems
> to be a reasonable way forward IMO.
can you describe more detail about the reconfiguration since I try to
solve the problem of asus M2N ad1988 with 3 audio jacks(green, blue
and pink at rear panel) by the auto model instead of "3stack" model?
the current implementation of the "3stack" use 3stack_init_verb to
retask the blue and pink jacks as output and the rear mic is not
This is quite common for those MATX motherboard with 3 jacks at rear
panel (e.g. hda-emu/codecs/alc662-intel-d945gclf2 )
when switch "channel mode" to 6, alc_hp_automute() does not mute the
retasked blue and pink jacks
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