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AZALIA(4)						   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 						 AZALIA(4)

azalia -- Generic High Definition Audio device driver SYNOPSIS
azalia* at pci? dev ? function ? audio* at audiobus? options AZALIA_DEBUG DESCRIPTION
The azalia device driver is expected to support any PCI device which is compliant to the High Definition Audio Specification 1.0. Known sup- ported controllers are Intel 82801F (ICH6) and Intel 82801G (ICH7). Known supported codecs are Realtek ALC260, ALC880, ALC882, Analog Devices AD1981HD, CMedia CMI9880, Sigmatel STAC9221, and STAC9221D. SEE ALSO
audio(4), pci(4) HISTORY
The azalia device driver appeared in NetBSD 3.0. BUGS
Non-PCM encodings such as Float32 and AC-3 are not supported. There is no way to use 20bit or 24bit precision because of a limitation of the MI audio framework. BSD
March 15, 2007 BSD

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EAP(4)							   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 						    EAP(4)

eap -- AudioPCI audio device driver SYNOPSIS
eap* at pci? dev ? function ? audio* at audiobus? joy* at eap? midi* at eap? options EAP_USE_BOTH_DACS DESCRIPTION
The eap driver provides support for the Ensoniq AudioPCI and Creative Labs SoundBlaster PCI series of audio cards. All models based on the ES1370, ES1371, and ES1373 chips are supported. By specifying: options EAP_USE_BOTH_DACS a second audio device is attached. You can use it simply by directing audio output to it. This way it is possible for two different pro- grams to use the "same" audio device simultaneously. SEE ALSO
ac97(4), audio(4), joy(4), midi(4), pci(4) HISTORY
The eap device driver appeared in NetBSD 1.4. CAVEATS
The joystick port hardware works by emulating a legacy isa(4) joystick port, bypassing the pci(4) bus method for address allocation. This is unlikely to work on PCI busses other than the primary one. There is also a possibility for conflicts with real ISA devices because the PCI bus is probed before ISA. Use with caution. BSD
July 22, 2006 BSD
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