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I have a Neurosky Mindset that doubles as a bluetooth headset. Bluetooth picks up the device fine and I have audio working. In sound preferences for input devices the headset isn't listed so I'm unable to get my mic working. I'm running Ubuntu 11.04.

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I have a different headset but the same bug on Ubuntu 11.10. Did you manage to solve this? There is also a bug report for this. –  Alexander Adam Dec 10 '11 at 17:24
    
I did manage to figure it out, although not a great solution. For some reason if I switched the sound to mono I was able to get the microphone working. –  jchysk Dec 15 '11 at 1:02

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OP has solved the problem themselves and posted as a comment

I did manage to figure it out, although not a great solution. For some reason if I switched the sound to mono I was able to get the microphone working.

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