audioplay — Play Audio Files


/usr/bin/audioplay [-iV] [-v vol] [-b bal] [-p speaker | headphone | 
  line][-d dev] [file...] 


audioplay copies the named audio files (or the standard input if you specify no file names) to the audio device. If you do not specify an input file and standard input is a TTY, the port, volume, and balance settings specified on the command line are applied and the program exits.

The input files must contain a valid audio file header. The encoding information in this header is matched against the capabilities of the audio device and, if the data formats are incompatible, an error message is printed and the file is skipped. Compressed ADPCM (G.721) monaural audio data is automatically uncompressed ...

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