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Old 01-18-2002, 09:22 PM   #1
blistfix
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Activating aux outp on PCI128/Ensoniq card


The card in question has four coloured outputs: black, green, red and blue.

The black one is called "auxillary" as near as I can figure. Creative says "...black jack..for direct3d apps only.."

I guess that means surround sound or something like that.

Just wonderin if any Linux afficianado can point me to some script, or....? to turn on that jack. There's no jumpers on the card.
 
  


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