- All Superinterfaces:
public interface Port extends Line
Ports are simple lines for input or output of audio to or from audio devices. Common examples of ports that act as source lines (mixer inputs) include the microphone, line input, and CD-ROM drive. Ports that act as target lines (mixer outputs) include the speaker, headphone, and line output. You can access port using a
Nested Class SummaryModifier and TypeInterfaceDescription
Line.Infowith additional information specific to ports, including the port's name and whether it is a source or a target for its mixer.
Methods declared in interface javax.sound.sampled.Line
addLineListener, close, getControl, getControls, getLineInfo, isControlSupported, isOpen, open, removeLineListener