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Old 10-06-2008, 04:25 AM   #1
Kingtiger01
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Question: Sub crossover from all Channels.


Ok guys, im back asking Questions again...

Im stumped, ive been able to successfully make my own pcm route using alsa.

Now my problem is i want to equalize and control the high/mid/low, and re-route lowpass to the sub(0-6)

little info for you.

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Distro:Ubuntu 7.10(gutsy gibbon)
KDE4
Alsa(SVN 5/15/08)
Soundcard: Ca0106(Sound Blaster Audigy LS)(yes, its old but it works)
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if you need anything else just ask, i can list my .asound if you need it.
 
  


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