Talk:AVerMedia AVerTV Hybrid+FM PCI (A16D)

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There are some techniques to extract the sound exist:

1. The simplest one is

arecord -D hw:2,0 -r 32000 -c 2 -f S16_LE | aplay -

It gives stereo, but with too long delay in sound.

2. No delay, but mono only:

sox -r 32000 -w -t alsa hw:2,0 -t alsa hw:0,0

The neighbour method for stereo

sox -r 32000 -c 2 -w -t alsa hw:2,0 -t alsa hw:0,0

lacks :(

3. Experimentally I found the middle technique:

arecord -D hw:2,0 -r 32000 -c 2 -f S16_LE | sox -q -c 2 -r 32000 -w -t wav - -t alsa hw:0,0

Stereo, no lacks, delays rarely.

--IDamir 18:23, 11 March 2007 (CET)

You might try to use the oss emulated interface, I also had several problems with lacks, delays etc which were solved by the oss emulated access.

MarkusRechberger 22:01, 25 March 2007 (CEST)

Xceive XC3018 and XC3028 Silicon Tuners

Xceive XC3018 is a pared-down version of XC3028.

Xceive XC3028 supports all analog TV standards:

  • CVBS, SIF and audio output

supports all digital TV standards:


Xceive XC3018 supports the following analog TV standards:


supports the following digital TV standards:

  • DVB-T only

--IDamir 09:54, 12 March 2007 (CET)

Issues with FM radio

Frequency shift

About a year ago (I use up2date kernels) I found that my FM radio based on AVerTV Hybrid+FM PCI (A16D) began work incorrectly: all radio stations shifted to higher frequencies on about 2.5 MHz. E.g. a station which broadcasts at 105.2 MHz will be received if I set 107.9-107.95 MHz. All stations above 105.2 MHz cannot be received, all stations below 105.2 MHz are shifted as well.

Does anybody expects the same issue? Or my chip is degraded and it should be changed by something newer?

--IDamir 13:57, 28 January 2011 (UTC)