[linux-dvb] cx88-alsa audio quality?
vanessaezekowitz at gmail.com
Mon Sep 29 08:01:51 CEST 2008
I forget if I've already mentioned this yet...
I recently started playing around with analog NTSC television again on my system, while trying to help someone solve a problem on their system. In the process I ran into a problem getting cx88-alsa to build with the rest of the v4l-dvb repository. As it turned out, mine was one of the stock Ubuntu kernels that have some odd issue with the I2C configuration. I had to build a vanilla kernel (220.127.116.11), making all the I2C stuff into modules as opposed to built-in. So, that's fixed - cx88-alsa builds and loads OK now.
However, I have a new problem:
Something has broken the output that cx88-alsa creates. In the case of my Kworld ATSC 120, radio output on all frequencies has a sort of growling "industrial" noise on top of the actual audio, kinda like the background noise of a manufacturing facility.
Analog TV on all channels gives clean but very tinny audio, as though the sample rate were really low (~8kHz).
Since other audio sources are working fine, I can't tell if this is a bug in the kernel, or cx88-alsa, or something else entirely. I've only noticed the problem for a matter of a week or less, so I'm not sure when it started. The problem persists as of today's pull of the v4l-dvb repository.
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Vanessa Ezekowitz <vanessaezekowitz at gmail.com>
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