Audio and Linux
That is your problem. Fedora Workstation with Cinnamon, it means latest kernel and applications with a nice GUI. It works there. Now. Knocking on woodpecker.
it means latest kernel and applications with a nice GUI
I'm running Debian testing
Either way, the only available equalizer for PA uses an unsupported feature of PA so I'd still be SOL
@polygeekery it is recursively knocking on wood, you knock on the poor woodpecker with a wooden table, who knocks on wood
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Monitors have speakers built in these days.
They’ve had that for quite some time — I have a Commodore 2080 that also has speakers built in (well, a speaker, anyway).
often quite decent ones.
That 2080 falls outside your “often”, though.
In comparison, on Windows, sound just works. It just does.
with pulseaudio on linux i can split my left and right audio channels into two output streams and then duplicate those two mono streams into stereo then send the signal with the two left channels to my left hand monitor and the signal with the two right channels to my right hand monitor. and it Just WorksTM
I've yet to find a way to do that with windows.
I tend to prefer a platform-independent solution to such problems. Your hardware has to comply, of course...