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From Windows , do a real shutdown (not reboot) and retest. If not ok, disable "Fast Boot" (see this answer)


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You can try Sound Switcher Indicator or Pulse Audio Volume Control.... Sound Switcher Indicator "Sound input/output selector indicator for Ubuntu/Unity" -- github.com/yktoo/indicator-sound-switcher sudo apt-add-repository ppa:yktooo/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install indicator-sound-switcher Pulse Audio Volume Control "PulseAudio Volume ...


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The easiest way is to use a usb headphone (or a 5$ usb audio device to plug your headphone) , and to select this usb sound device for deck2 in Mixxx sound preferences . Another way is more difficult and depends on your soundcard: First, run "alsamixer " in a maximized terminal , and search if you have a fader called "independant" (the name is under the ...


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I had a similar problem, since I couldn´t find an answer for my problem I started synaptic and erased "alsa-base" and "alsa-utils". Reboot, no background sound anymore. Heaven. Hope it works


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It's possibly your audio interface going into power save. If following commands clear the issue until you reboot or change the power supply it has got something to do with power save: echo 0 > /sys/module/snd_hda_intel/parameters/power_save_controller echo 0 > /sys/module/snd_hda_intel/parameters/power_save


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I had the same issue. I believe it is the noise that your microphone picks up. Go into Sound Settings, under the Input tab, check Mute box near Settings for <microphone_name> Microphone (Not the Mute checkbox at the top). That should do the trick.


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Assuming that you mean headset (if you mean headphones you will require a microphone), first I would check that the headset is working on a different device. In my experience a lot of cheap headsets break very easily. If it doesn't work on another device then it is definitely going to be a hardware problem with the headset. Next you need to check that the ...


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It's look like that's you have no working device to record sound... just have a look on mine sound setting: PS no microphone not headphone are plugged in, that's only show my audio pheripheral ability.


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Press Ctrl+Alt+T , to open terminal/command line. Type alsamixer, hit enter. This will bring up Alsa Mixer application. Do you see Auto-Mut part? Do you have it enabled? If not, speakers won't be muted. Using left/right arrow keys navigate to it, and using up/down, enable this option. Do you see your line with a vertical bar? What do you have bellow? If ...



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