Re: Is there an mp3 player that works?
- From: sndive@xxxxxxxxx
- Date: 11 Oct 2006 22:11:58 -0700
Jeroen Geilman wrote:
sndive@xxxxxxxxx wrote:Don't alsa drivers in native and/or oss mode take care of this?
Upgraded to FC5 and am still trying to get any sound extracted from
Turtle Beach Roadie.
Not reading the rest; I don't need to.
All Turtle Beach hardware is locked at 48KHz.
This won't change, so your MP3 software (or audio driver) will need to
resample everything that's not at 48KHz or one of its divisors.
mplayer did not gripe about the hardware, so maybe you're right
because I think the audio track last time I yanked it out of a dvd was
at 48 khz, but, then,
I did not get any sound out of roadie in mplayer either.
I have a g965/e6300 combo on order and could use
some advice for a distro for that system. I like Slackware, but 10.2
seems a bit dated.
FC5 just seems a very poor choice for any audio video given my
experience with the
Sadly, that includes just about every bit of music out there, since
everything that originally came off a CD is 44.1KHz.
Only DAT and DVD music can be 48KHz.