[arch-general] [SOLVED] Pulseaudio 5.1 Setup echoes Front Speakers to Rear speakers
mark at markelee.com
Tue Mar 18 10:45:53 EDT 2014
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On 03/18/2014 09:00 AM, Mark Lee wrote:
> On 03/18/2014 04:49 AM, Rodrigo Rivas wrote:
>> On Tue, Mar 18, 2014 at 2:34 AM, Mark Lee <mark at markelee.com>
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>>> On 03/17/2014 07:54 PM, Adriano Moura wrote:
>>>> Does the same happens with speaker-test? (included in
>>>> alsa-utils) Try running it like this: speaker-test -c 6
>> Try with "speaker-test -c 6 -D hw:0" to test with the alsa driver.
>> The default device is "default" and it is most likely the
>> PulseAudio driver.
>> Naturally, if you had more than one sound card you might need
>> "hw:1" or "hw:2" or whatever...
>> If this command still does echo, then probably it is an
>> ALSA/hardware issue. If this command does not echo, then all points
>> to a PulseAudio issue.
>> -- Rodrigo
> Interestingly when I set the speakers to stereo, I am still getting
> the echoing of sound content from the front speakers to the rear speakers.
I fixed the issue, it's not with pulseaudio, it was with the bloody
receiver. Turns out the receiver was using a different sound field mode
when using the haswell hdmi output. It was using a sound field mode Sony
calls "sports" which was echoing front speaker content to rear speakers.
Setting it to a different surround sound field has fixed the issue. I
apologize if this wasted anyone's time. Thanks for all the help!
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