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First , reset pulseaudio configuration by copying this command in a terminal: rm -r ~/.config/pulse; pulseaudio -k If not ok, try to disable pulseaudio by running these 2 commands in a terminal: echo autospawn=no > ~/.pulse/client.conf sudo killall -9 pulseaudio then run pulseaudio to relaunch audio apps and test. Almost all Linux audio ...


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first go to your pc/laptop co. site then download your drivers for pc/laptop then install it . restart/reboot your system via terminal ctrl+alt+t type : reboot -f Done :-)


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i found how to fix problem with subwoofer. first, install alsa gui tool, then from terminal (no root user) hdajackretask select a codec: Realtec ALC668 then check box Option: Show unconnected pin find Pin ID: 0x1a check Override and select Internal speaker(LFE), apply and enjoy:) if sub-woofer working now, press install boot


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In Pavucontrol , "input device" tab, you may have 2 devices: choose "built in analog", and check that "internal mic" is selected there. Normally, the switching between internal/external mic is automatic . If it is broken, you can try to plug an external mic (or a headphone, just for the test) in the mic jack, and see if "pavucontrol" input device ...


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I managed to fix the damn thing, here is the configuration i used # Ubuntu #62691, enable MPU for snd-cmipci options snd-cmipci mpu_port=0x330 fm_port=0x388 # Keep snd-pcsp from being loaded as first soundcard options snd-pcsp index=-2 alias snd-card-0 snd-hda-intel alias sound-slot-0 snd-hda-intel # Keep snd-usb-audio from beeing loaded as first soundcard ...


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I had the same issue. I used pavucontrol to change the input device to the front mic instead of the rear mic.


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I've been suffering with the same issue for a while, and had finally a chance to look at it. It turns out that unloading and reloading the Pulseaudio module responsible for the audio device works for me. Unloading and reloading the module, by hand In terminal window, enter command pacmd list-cards and from the output, find the audio device that is ...


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Please try the following: Fix Alternative #1 Try reinstalling Alsa and Pulse audio in the following manner: sudo apt-get remove --purge alsa-base pulseaudio sudo apt-get install alsa-base pulseaudio And force reload Alsa again: sudo alsa force-reload Fix Alternative #2 Open the terminal and edit speech-dispatcher file by using the following ...


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Open a terminal window Ctrl+Alt+T and type alsamixer, followed by Enter, which will open then in the same window. On the far left you can set the master volume, which is also controlled by using the keyboard volume keys. Also in this case I suggest you familiarize yourself with the audio-settings while turning the volume down on your external audio-set?! ...


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In case VLC does not recognize the pulse:// protocol to record the pulseaudio stream, install the pulse plugin using apt-get install vlc-plugin-pulse.


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After some fiddling, I managed to get my CD input recognized by ALSA, see my answer on the other question. Now it shows up in alsamixer. I ended up using the solution provided in this answer. I created a script in my home directory which contains the following code: pacat -r --device=alsa_input.pci-0000_00_1b.0.analog-stereo | pacat -p --latency-msec=1 ...


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Booted into recovery mode via grub and the sound worked as expected. Then I booted normally and the sound worked.


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You may try installing: Low latency kernel: sudo apt-get install linux-lowlatency On boot press Shift, to get Grub boot menu, then choose advanced. Similar question: Is it possible to install two kernels and choose one on startup? Default Ubuntu Studio settings: sudo apt-get install ubuntustudio-default-settings which contains some audio settings ...


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This is a plain stereo device. The virtual surround effect is implemented by Logitech's Windows software. PulseAudio has module-virtual-surround-sink, but it's almost undocumented.


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If you have a microphone plugged in, or have a laptop that has a built in microphone (which you do) it's most likely going to be the analog one. The internal one is likely a sound card or something, and doesn't actually pick up sound. I have 5 different sound outputs, but only 1 that will work currently. However, I only have one input device. It tends to ...


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On the computers I have tried, Pulseaudio always use internal mic as audio input until a physical jack is connected to the external input jack plug: then it autoswitch to this external input, muting the internal mic. In other words, there are 2 settings but only one is active depending on the external input jack connection.


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I finally found a solution (in fact several one): Add threadirqs to my kernel params was better, but this was not enough, I also had to install rtirq-init I then had an (almost) perfect bt sound playback. Another option seems to use linux-lowlatency kernel. I still have to test this, but it should work. What is unclear is the drackbacks (power ...


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I played around with this and I think I found a scheme. The idea is to get a text-to-speech program to output on a dummy sound output, and then have skype use the monitor of that output as its input. Here's what I did: Load the dummy sound card driver sudo modprobe snd-dummy A dummy output and input should appear in the sound settings Install a ...


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Just a quick workaround I found out using Lubuntu Trusty Tahr with my Fiio E17 connected via USB: I was also wondering about the bitrate, that's why i found this posts here. But since I listen to music on a rather old Netbook, I did not want to set it to 96/24 by default (cpu is not the fastest) However, what worked for me was to use VLC, and specify in the ...


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This one helped me: [Static and crackling in my HDMI audio?]: Static and crackling in my HDMI audio? edit /etc/pulse/default.pa look for load-module module-udev-detect add tsched=0 load-module module-udev-detect tsched=0 reboot


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You can use pavucontrol (pulseaudio volume control, install if necessary). Launch it from multimedia menu, go to the "output devices" tab, and click the green "define as alternative" button that is near HDMI soundcard. If it still doesn't work, look also "configuration" tab and change profile.


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From your alsa-info, the "phone" fader is off (muted): try to unmute it in Alsamixer : launch alsamixer in a terminal, scroll to "phone" with arrow right key , change state fader pressing "m" or space bar. If it stills bad, you can also try to use pavucontrol (Pulse audio volume control) and try various selections in the "output devices" tab and ...


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In Audacity preferences "recording" tab, you will find a latency setting to correct the delayed playing while recording: try to increase both values . Best latency is obtained using Ardour and Jack server: sudo apt-get install ardour will install both. No need to change the kernel but the file /etc/security/limits.conf must be edited as root: run ...


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Launch alsamixer in a terminal, press F6 to select your main sound card (not HDMI), F5 to display all controls , then use arrow keys to move thru , spacebar or "m" to change state : Check "loopback" switch is off Change "mic" level Check main "capture" switch is in "capture " state (not off) and increase its level. (sometimes , there is an additional ...


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To get HDMI audio working on Ubuntu 14.04 x64 bit, please download the deb file from this link https://code.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-audio-dev/+archive/ubuntu/alsa-daily/+files/oem-audio-hda-daily-dkms_0.201408292114%7Eubuntu14.04.1_all.deb and install it via cli or software centre. For older packages go to page: ...


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I'm running Alienware m14x with Windows 7, and I had the same problem. I'm not exactly sure how I fixed it, but I went through a bunch of different stuff to try to fix it (none of which actually worked individually, but may have contributed to my solution), then I uninstalled the SoundBlaster Recon 3Di system on Windows, and when I went back to ubuntu, the ...


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I found a simple solution that works well for me in this forum. In detail, you need to add this to /etc/asound.conf: pcm.pulse { type pulse } ctl.pulse { type pulse } pcm.!default { type pulse } ctl.!default { type pulse } And then set a keyboard shortcut for the mute key with the command being: amixer set Master toggle


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I solved this problem: sudo apt-get purge alsa-driver-linuxant https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshootingProcedure


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This is a pretty straight forward problem. I believe that Linux places your headphone jack in a state that Windows can not recognize. I have found that doing a cold shutdown (Holding power button for 10 sec.) of Linux and then booting into Windows will often fix this problem.


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I have the same problem. When headphones are connected to front jack, ubuntu automatically turn off speakers. It is not configurable from the alsamixer... when front jack is connected, works only front jack. I'm very often using toggle between headphones to speakers, in ubuntu 12.04 it works programmatically but in 14.04 can only disconnect front jack, to ...


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Solved! I spent a fair few hours tinkering before I figured out that I'm an idiot, so I'll write down what I believe I did: $ gksudo gedit/yourtexteditor /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf Then, at the bottom of the text file, comment out the line that says options snd-usb-audio index=-2 Save the file, and then run $ gksudo gedit/yourtexteditor ...


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Do you have dual boot with windows8 ? In this case, you have to switch off computer from windows (not reboot) , else sound card is in strange state (no speaker ). Also test with alsamixer launched in a terminal and tweak the "automute " switch (normaly must be enabled but...) and speaker volume About alsamixer



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