Does anyone know of a site for Turtle Beach Santa Cruz soundcard drivers for
Linux that will enable all of the card's functions, i.e. 5.1 sound,
versajack, enhanced DSP, and control panel?
From the Turtle Beach web site:
Santa Cruz: Linux drivers?
Turtle Beach does not support the Linux Operating System.
Non-supported reference Cirrus Logic CS4630 drivers for Linux may be
(You will need to stich this long URL together for it to work.)
The Santa Cruz is also Native in the Linux Kernel 2.4.x >probablyQuote:>done<
No guarantees are made for the functionality of these drivers.
VTB assumes no responsibility for any damage that may occur from
your use of these drivers.
Santa Cruz: Drivers for Alternative PC Operating Systems
Please note that Voyetra Turtle Beach only offers device
drivers and technical support for current release versions
of Microsoft Windows. Voyetra Turtle Beach offers the
information contained in this document as a convenience
for users of our products who wish to use operating
systems other than those which we directly support.
Native support as of the Linux 2.4 kernel
Front and Rear speaker support
Try these too, especially the alsa link (the "future" Linux standard
http://www.alsa-project.org/alsa-doc/ >mentions the CS4630 as
1. Low sound output levels with TB Santa Cruz and ALSA...
I just got a Turtle Beach Santa Cruz sound card. I really like it. I'm
running it under kernel 2.4.29 with the ALSA 1.0.8 cs46xx drivers through
a pair of Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 self-powered speakers. The sound is great
but I can't seem to get decent analog output levels. In order to get just
a moderate volume through the speakers, I have to turn the main volume on
them to the twelve-o-clock position (50%) and use the following alsamixer
Master - 60
PCM - 100
CD - 100
DAC - 100
External - ON
Needless to say, I have some profound issues with running the PCM, CD, and
DAC controls at 100% just to get a listenable audio volume. I've tried
changing the values of every other control in alsamixer, and none of them
change the output level of the card. When I was running the same config
from the onboard via82xx, output volume was, um, not an issue.
Is this just the nature of the Santa Cruz (or the ALSA drivers)? I've got
a pretty nice rig for sound, and I'd like to get the most out of it. Any
assistance or advice would be greatly appreciated.
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