Originally Posted by BO$$
Well a large part of that is going to be a little something that people love to deny about audio hardware, which is to say the fact that there's a DSP. Under windows the drivers are written capable of completely taking advantage of all of the DSP's capabilities, however the linux drivers are very lacking in this regard, which is part of why for instance I can't use the Dolby Headphone Virtual surround sound feature with my Corsair Vengence 1500 headphones under Linux even though it makes sound sound a lot better under windows, which makes the Linux experience lacking in comparison there. And for that matter as well part of why I can have EAX 1, 2 & 5 on my C-Media based Xonar card under windows but the card will never support EAX 3 or 4 no matter how what community driver or how much they hack on it, because that's functionality that is part of the DSP.
Originally Posted by Serge
Last edited by Luke_Wolf; 09-06-2013 at 07:19 PM.