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Old 09-18-05, 05:12 AM   #1
matrix1977
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Default No "LFE Crossover Frequency" feature with Soundstorm

Hello,

at first, sorry about my english, I'm german.

I use the Nvidia Linux 'nvsound' module (from 1.0-0306 package) on my ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe with S/PDIF output. With WindowsXP drivers I can use the LFE Crossover Frequency feature, it is very important for me otherwise my Subwoofer does not work. But with Linux driver (nvsound module) I cannot enable this feature, it is only grayed out.
Does anyone know how to solve this problem ? Or does Nvidia implement this feature in a next driver release ? (Please!)

Thank you for help
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Old 09-24-05, 03:25 PM   #2
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Default Re: No "LFE Crossover Frequency" feature with Soundstorm

Unfortunely, it is not implemented yet.

Nvidia guys seems to put their mayor effort on windows drivers, where you can see the sound card is awesome. On the other hand, on Linux it works in a middle range. The driver is not as good as in win, lacking a lot of features like LFE CF, equalizer, and so on.

I am a Linux user, I use win only to play games, so I am very disappointed with Nvidia. I am thinking of buying a Soundblaster card to avoid all this problems. Those are well supported in Linux. I have waited more than a year to get a decent driver for this sound card, and nothing happens.
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Old 01-23-06, 07:25 AM   #3
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Default Re: No "LFE Crossover Frequency" feature with Soundstorm

Please NVIDIA,

do implement the LFE Feature in the nvsound driver for nForce2 boards with MCP-T Southbridge !!!
My subwoofer do not work without the ability to enable this feature and i think, there are many other users out in the world with same problem.

best regards,
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