If it is not in the man pages or the how-to’s this is the place! Asus Xonar DX Just bought this card a few days ago. No, there was nothing flawed with the card. May 30th, 5. Three items are relevant:.

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But when I test the sound I get nothing.

For me, the selection shown here worked the best. If your keyboard has a volume control on it, you will find that it no longer adjusts the volume as it did with PulseAudio. Describing a sound card through written text and pictures is tricky. I downloaded the right version of Ultimate Edition 4.

Ubuntu 16.04 no sound with asus Xonar DG

How do we know which is which? The Mpow Ground Loop Noise Isolator works wonders for eliminating noise and producing a clean signal.

Notify me of new posts via email. It depends upon what you want to do and the kind of audio hardware you have. The Xonar DX requires external power from a floppy connector.


It will work under 32 bit, but not on my 64 bit install! All times are GMT If software exists that performs the equivalent of what is available on Windows, then I have yet to locate it.

Hope this little update helps someone. For normal listening levels, this is negligible and music sounds fine. Email me about changes to this bug report.

Bug # “ASUS Xonar U3 volume slider problem” : Bugs : alsa-driver package : Ubuntu

There is no ALSA driver version which is the issue. With all volume and ubunttu volume turned up to max, all I could hear was silence. Here are my tests and opinions from using the two myself.

See full activity log. DG [Xonar DG], device uhuntu Visit the following links: Raymond superquad-vortex2 wrote on RMAA produces convenient graphs for visual comparison.

This is a side effect of the ALSA system. Special effects axus can be implemented in audio players, such as Audacious and VLC, or in external audio equipment, so this is not an issue. Loud hiss and background noise combined with digital jitter beeps from computer activity. Changed in alsa-driver Ubuntu: Benchmarks are fine, but the main test is how does it sound?


[ubuntu] Asus Xonar DX

Originally Posted by Thehandyman Ahh, thanks for the info. Whether plugging in high-quality headphones directly to the Xonar DX front output or through an external amplifier, I could not hear any noise. I kept all software settings as similar as possible. This chip is identified with lspci -v, where it is reported as ‘PCI bridge: The box flap opens to reveal more information. The time now is Originally Posted xsus Thehandyman

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