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Under 13.04 I can pair and connect to my bluetooth speakers without difficulty. But I can't get sound out of them. If I go into Sound Settings and select the bluetooth speakers there, when I run Test Sound the sound continues to come through the computer's built-in speakers.

I have read elsewhere that in /etc/bluetooth/audio.conf, under the [General] section, I should have a line that reads either:

Enable=Socket

or:

Enable=

but adding either of these lines and rebooting doesn't change anything.

In syslog I see this when connecting to or attempting to use the speakers:

Aug  4 10:05:51 kwb--ubuntu bluetoothd[910]: Operation not supported (95)
Aug  4 10:05:51 kwb--ubuntu pulseaudio[2104]: [pulseaudio] module-bluetooth-device.c: Failed to acquire transport /org/bluez/910/hci0/dev_xx_xx_xx_xx_xx_xx/fd2

Can anyone help me out here?

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This kinda smell like a bug here. –  Braiam Aug 4 '13 at 19:19
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