Vladimir Kushnir wrote:
> Hello, here's an output for my Yamaha OPL-SA2 card (it used to work
> perfectly all right as css device & friends  under old Pnp & VoxWare, but
> now outputs very poor sound through /dev/dsp and no sound at all when
> playing audio CD, and of course no midi):
> dmesg:
> pcm0: <Yamaha SA2> at port
> 0x220-0x22f,0x530-0x537,0x388-0x38b,0x330-0x331,0x370
> -0x371 irq 5 drq 0,1 on isa0
> unknown0: <OPL3-SA2 Sound Board> at port 0x201 on isa0
> unknown1: <OPL3-SA2 Sound Board> at port 0x100-0x107 on isa0
> unknown2: <OPL3-SA2 Sound Board> at port 0x1e0-0x1e7,0x3e6 irq 11 on isa0
> pnpinfo -v (BTW, why the kernel message 
> mss_intr: irq, but not from mss                                        
> when running pnpinfo?):
> Checking for Plug-n-Play devices...
> Card assigned CSN #1
> Vendor ID YMH0020 (0x2000a865), Serial Number 0xffffffff
> PnP Version 1.0, Vendor Version 0
> Device Description: OPL3-SA2 Sound Board
> Logical Device ID: YMH0021 0x2100a865 #0

I have one of these cards BTW.  My recollection was that it ran
beautifully..  I did have a more than my fair share of trouble with the
sample converters earlier on though..  newpcm will generate 8-bit and 16 bit
samples on the fly to best fit the sound hardware.  For example, if you have
an 8-bit card and play 16 bit samples, it'll down convert.  (there was a
nasty bug there though for a while. :-) )

I didn't have a cable to connect it to a CD though.

Poor sound usually isn't a pnp issue though, it's more likely a pcm driver


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