[mythtv-users] Re: Yet another sound problem

Kevin Barsby Kevin.Barsby at Sun.COM
Tue Jul 13 00:25:51 EDT 2004

> That eliminates the static when using the
> other apps.  Myth doesn't produce the same kind of static, but rather the
> sound is grainy and lacks clarity.

I found that using /dev/adsp made high pitched notes sound slightly
tinny. I'm using the SPDIF out if that helps any...

I also have the same (from memory) module options as you, the same
settings to force things to 48000.

Another thing to try is a BIOS upgrade (assuming you have an EPIA M). 

I read *somewhere* that a BIOS upgrade can help audio quality issues,
although I fixed mine changing OSS device.

Sorry I can't be of more help!

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