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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2 0/3] Properly fix headphone noise on the XPS 13 and other ALC256 devices
On Mon, 30 Mar 2020 18:09:36 +0200,
Thomas Hebb wrote:
> The root cause of various pervasive audio problems on the XPS 13
> 9350/9360, mostly relating to the headphone jack, turns out to be an
> undocumented feature of the ALC256 and similar codecs that routes audio
> along paths not exposed in the HDA node graph. The best we've had so far
> to configure this feature is magic numbers provided by Realtek, none of
> which have fully fixed all issues.
> This series documents the "PC Beep Hidden Register", which controls the
> feature and which I've reverse engineered using black box techniques,
> and uses my findings to hopefully fix the headphone issues on my XPS 13
> once and for all.
> Changes in v2:
> - Change fixed value from 0x4727 to 0x5757, which should behave
> identically, on advice from Kailang.
> Thomas Hebb (3):
> ALSA: doc: Document PC Beep Hidden Register on Realtek ALC256
> ALSA: hda/realtek - Set principled PC Beep configuration for ALC256
> ALSA: hda/realtek - Remove now-unnecessary XPS 13 headphone noise
> fixups

Now applied all three patches. The patch 2 had an incorrect Fixes tag
(pointing to the stable commit instead of the original commit) so I
corrected locally.



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