The purpose of this site was to provide as much information as possible about how to get high quality sound on a Linux system. The information is provided by visitors to the site. There is, of course, no warranty (see TheUsualDisclaimer).
LiLAQ stands for LiLAQ: Information on Linux Audio Quality. Or maybe LiLAQ: Improving Linux Audio Quality. Or maybe something like "Linux Information Leveraging Audio Quality."
This site was supposed to replace the old AudioQualityHOWTO. It is meant to be dynamic, easily editable by readers. It is built with ZWiki. I'm not happy with the results, unfortunately. For now, please keep reading the AudioQualityHOWTO for information.
You can still browse this site, but don't bother trying to post anything. It's disabled while I ponder what to do with all this.
For more information on how to use this site, see: HelpPage, ZWiki
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