Re: [PATCH 1/4] ALSA: hda - hdmi: Add ATI/AMD multi-channel audio support
From: RafaÅ MiÅecki
Date: Thu Oct 31 2013 - 19:25:49 EST
2013/10/31 Anssi Hannula <anssi.hannula@xxxxxx>:
>> But I can hear sound for rear right and rear left only :(
>> Is there anything more I can provide to help resolve this? Do you have
>> any idea how we can resolve this?
> According to the below the receiver has separate PCM SADs for 2-channel
> and multichannel playback. However, due to a radeon driver bug (see
> "[PATCH] drm/radeon/audio: fix missing multichannel PCM SAD in some
> cases", you were CCd) the multichannel SAD is lost and not shown below.
> However, that is not (or at least should not be) the reason you are not
> getting audio.
> I suspect that the receiver does not support 192kHz multichannel audio
> (which would be indicated in the missing multichannel PCM SAD). Does it
> work with 48kHz or 96kHz?
> (TODO: refuse PCM playback in such cases)
> If it does not work with 48kHz or 96kHz either, then we have a bug to
> solve :)
First of all, you're right about 2 SADs for PCM.
The weird thing is that 192kHz support... According to the EDID (SADs)
it should be supported:
Format: 1 (PCM) Channels:1 Freq:0x7F (32-192) B2:0x07 (16-24b)
Format: 1 (PCM) Channels:7 Freq:0x7F (32-192) B2:0x07 (16-24b)
Format: 2 (AC3) Channels:7 Freq:0x07 (32-48) B2:0x50 (640?)
Format: 7 (DTS) Channels:7 Freq:0x06 (44-48) B2:0xC0 (1536?)
Format: 10 (EAC3) Channels:7 Freq:0x06 (44-48) B2:0x00
Format: 11 (DTS_HD) Channels:7 Freq:0x7E (44-192) B2:0x01
Format: 12 (MLP) Channels:7 Freq:0x1E (44-96) B2:0x00
So I performed more tests and:
1) speaker-test -D hdmi:CARD=Generic,DEV=0 -c6 -r192000 -F S16_LE
A nice noise for rear right and rear left, silent for the rest
2) speaker-test -D hdmi:CARD=Generic,DEV=0 -c6 -r176400 -F S16_LE
A nice noise for rear right and rear left, short "bump" sound for the rest
3) speaker-test -D hdmi:CARD=Generic,DEV=0 -c6 -r96000 -F S16_LE
A nice noise for all speakers (the same applies to 88200, 48000, 44100, 32000)
I don't get it. Onkyo reports support for 192kHz and it supports it,
but only for 2 rear speakers... does it make any sense do you?
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