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 * ["ALSA"]
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 * SoundConfiguration
Debian Support many Sound ''card'' by default (PCI, USB, FireWire...). Those list may help:
 * PCI, see [[HowToIdentifyADevice/PCI]] and [[DeviceDatabase/PCI]]
 * USB, see [[HowToIdentifyADevice/USB]] and [[DeviceDatabase/USB]]
 * !FireWire, see ''??'', [[FireWire]]

__See Also__:
 * [[SoundConfiguration|How to configure sound system]]
 * [[ALSA]]
 * [[OSS]]
 * [[AC97]]
 * [[X-Fi]]


 * [[http://www.linuxhardware.org/index.php?topic=11|linuxhardware.org Linux Soundcard Roundup]]
 * [[http://www.linux-sound.org/hardware.html|linux-sound.org Hardware + Linux]]

Supported Device Lists

 * [[http://kmuto.jp/debian/hcl/|Debian GNU/Linux device driver check page]]
 * [[http://manuals.opensound.com/devlists/Linux.html|opensound.com OSS v4.2 Supported device list for Linux]]
 * [[http://tldp.org/HOWTO/Sound-HOWTO/x96.html|tldp.org Linux Supported Sound Hardware]]
 * [[http://lau.linuxaudio.org/Sound-HOWTO-3.html|linuxaudio.org Linux Supported Sound Hardware]]
 * [[http://www.ffado.org/?q=devicesupport%2Flist&filter0=&filter1=&op2=OR&f%20ilter2[]=perfect|ffado.org Firewire Audio Device support database]]
 * [[http://tuxmobil.org/sound_linux.html|tuxmobil.org Sound Card Support for Linux with Laptops and Notebooks]]


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(!) ?/Discussion

A sound card is a computer expansion card that can input and output sound under program control.

Debian Support many Sound card by default (PCI, USB, ?FireWire...). Those list may help:

See Also:


Supported Device Lists