austgarden wrote:Yes my friend so am I..
yes i am getting sound only on the 3,5 mm jack (Green) on the back of the X1000 under AOS4 (using ubuntu on the X1000 ewerything on the back works)
Got my X1000 complete from amigakit (first contact second batch)
ok i wil test the sampel rates
OH you might have a point there with the AC3 vs PCM
that might be the problem
i'l check the reciver settings..
thankyou werry much for replaying to my tiny problem
LyleHaze wrote:I am curious about missing both the front headphone and the S/PDIF.
(sorry for me beeing a bit unclear on the subject of the front headphone input , it's not missing i just didn't think to try it out , but it is working)
and the x1000 was / is suplied with pci sound card (this was in use until the HD audio driver was released)
so ewerything works fine just still not the S/PDIF out when using OS4.1 (I tried all the frequencies to) no luck
(s/pdif works on Ububtu remix on the X1000 no problem there)
I did at one point try to remove ewerything but the HDaudio from sys:devs:ahi
just so i could not select the wrong one in ahi prefs .
I set all AHI prefs options to the same settings as this picture
 I see Christopher has the same idea as I do..
You have a FIrstContact system. Most of those were shipped with a PCI sound card, while the work continued on the HDAudio driver.
This does add the possibility of plugging in ot the wrong jacks on the back.
_IF_ both the built-in and the PCI sound cards are installed, you'll have to check which is which every step of the way.
I know my Linux install preferred the PCI to the HDAudio unless I told it otherwise.
And AHI will offer both.. You could even use both at once from different programs.
Most programs will use whatever is selected from AHIPrefs.
So.. IF you have the PCI sound card selected from Sys:Prefs/AHI, then the ONLY output that will work
is the green output ON THE PCI CARD SLOT. Both the headphone and the S/PDIF would not work.
Please check AHI Prefs again, and be SURE to check/set ALL FIVE UNITS.. Each one can be aimed at a different sound card.
Open AHI Prefs, it will usually open to the "Music Unit". Select HDAudio, choose your settings..
then select "Unit 0", and set the device and sample rates again.
then select "Unit 1", and set the device and sample rates again
then select "Unit 2", and set the device and sample rates again
then select "Unit 3", and set the device and sample rates again
Then Save those settings.
The layout of the prefs program does not make the multiple units as apparent as it should be.
Maybe that will solve the problem..??
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