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 File comments for:  Driver » Audio » cmi8738.lha

Cmi8738

Description: CMI8738 AHI driver
Download: cmi8738.lha
Version: 5.16
Date: 06 Apr 06
Category: driver/audio
FileID: 1763
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Comment by: DaveAE (156.83.0.121)At: 21 Sep 2005, 13:39File version: 5.12
It's in the driver, but there's no real point in using MONO modes. But I can't
take the mono mode out of the modefile, since that requires an 68k gcc assembler
which I used to run on my A4000. Mono files are played through both channels
when a stereo mode is chosen if the panning is set to the middle.
 
 
Comment by: Ch (82.128.190.188)At: 19 Sep 2005, 23:57File version: 5.12
Samwel: Well AHI can only play MONO or STEREO samples currently. Yes, my note
was probably off topic, but I hoped that Dave would read it.

I don't even used MONO modes, I'm just annoyed when I play test sound in mono
mode and audio goes FARRRTTTT. :)

However, I distantly recall that MONO mode problem has something todo with CMI,
but not sure about it anymore.
 
 
Comment by: Samwel (136.21.197.96)At: 19 Sep 2005, 23:47File version: 5.12
@Ch
Isn't this the task of AHI to handle MONO/STEREO/MULTI-CHANNEL and not
the driver? Maybe Davy could change the AHI sources to play mono files
to both channels if mono is detected?
 
 
Comment by: Ch (82.128.190.188)At: 19 Sep 2005, 14:39File version: 5.12
Version .12 cures the breaking sound problem with other freqs than 44/22 KHz.
Thanks Dave!

But is there a way to make the mono modes work or disable them? Currently they
cause a similar, really terrible sound.


 
 
Comment by: Ch (82.128.190.188)At: 19 Sep 2005, 10:59File version: 5.12
Come on. Reading the manuals usually pays off. And even if you check this thread
you see the solution. Which was more trouble, installing the old driver and not
trying to figure out the problem, or take a look at the manual?
 
 
Comment by: anonymous (81.78.47.67)At: 18 Sep 2005, 21:45File version: 5.12
Yes it's our fault we havn't read the manual, not the fact your drivers dont
work (on the default settings, Or at all). Thanks for that.
 
 
Comment by: Ch (82.128.188.60)At: 16 Sep 2005, 15:08File version: 5.11
You probably have set wrong output? RTFM ;)
 
 
Comment by: anonymous (195.188.141.144)At: 16 Sep 2005, 13:04File version: 5.11
No sound from my Micro, sorry too lazy to try and work out whyI just put the old
AHI drivers back on and worked fine.
 
 
Comment by: Ch (82.128.188.60)At: 15 Sep 2005, 13:12File version: 5.11
48KHz AHI setting is not working anymore here. Can anyone confirm? 44.1KHz is
fine.

Sound gets very bad distortion with 48KHz.
 
 
Comment by: Samwel (83.142.7.48)At: 04 Sep 2005, 22:17File version: 5.9
Please change this boost thingy to be an check box option in
Mixer instead of an external exe file. More professional that
way.. :-)
 
 
Comment by: DaveAE (82.92.241.190)At: 22 Aug 2005, 20:56File version: 5.7
If you have no sound with version 5.7, make sure all units in AHI prefs are set
to Front (line out), not digital out.
 
 
Comment by: Samwel (83.142.7.48)At: 21 Aug 2005, 03:25File version: 5.7
Thanks a hell of alot for starting to fix the µA1 sound drivers.
OS4 really needs to fully support the board it's released with IMHO.
 
 
Comment by: BobW (24.213.195.18)At: 15 Aug 2005, 22:01File version: 5.6
My problems were all fixed with the addition of the latest mixer.
 
 
Comment by: BobW (24.59.236.155)At: 13 Aug 2005, 03:48File version: 5.5
Actually I do have some CD audio. If I turn the volume all the way up on my
speakers I can just barely hear the CD.
 
 
Comment by: BobW (24.59.236.155)At: 13 Aug 2005, 03:39File version: 5.5
No CD sound on Micro A1.

Sound levels appear to be set properly now for everything else. I don't have to
run mixer any more to get rid of the distortion.
 
 
Comment by: anonymous (62.87.188.221)At: 13 Aug 2005, 01:31File version: 5.5
"CD In" on board (mA1) + prev cmi8738 (5.4) - sound from CD is OK!,
"Aux in" is no available on the micro :-(
 
 
Comment by: DaveAE (82.92.241.190)At: 13 Aug 2005, 00:54File version: 5.5
@anonymous

Please try the Aux in if that's available on the micro.
 
 
Comment by: anonymous (62.87.189.14)At: 13 Aug 2005, 00:23File version: 5.5
micro Amiga One - no sound from CD :-(
 
 
Comment by: Ch (82.128.190.60)At: 12 Aug 2005, 23:08File version: 5.5
Davy the man ;)
 
 

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