Re: Why does the USB headset show the Digital Output (S/PDIF) port?

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Hi Tanu,

Thanks for your reply.

On 2022/6/28 下午5:18, Tanu Kaskinen wrote:
On Tue, 2022-06-28 at 15:21 +0800, zhaochengyi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
Hi guys,

I have a USB headset that the module is Edifier USB K800.
Plug it into the PC's usb port, and then I found "Digital Output
(S/PDIF)" audio port as below.

Would you please tell me why the Digital Output (S/PDIF) port has been
shown, and how to verify if this USB headset really have the output
function of Digital Output (S/PDIF), and how to close this audio port.

Thanks a lot!

Many USB sound cards show non-existent S/PDIF devices, probably because
the default configuration in ALSA maps both analog and digital to
device 0.

I think even a digital device can't be regarded as an S/PDIF device,
so we can use the iecset(alsa-utils) tool to double check to verify
if the device is really an S/PDIF(iec958) device.


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