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I had the same problem with a Logitech Bluetooth audio adapter, i made it works following the instructions of the link below: http://blog.trumpton.org.uk/2014/05/sony-bluetooth-speaker-srs-btm8-with.html


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Not sure if you still have the Problem. But I've written a little "driver" which allows to adjust the Sidetone setting under linux (You can even set it louder than on windows!). https://github.com/Sapd/G930SideTone


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If your sound, wifi and bluetooth sensor are missing and you have Linux Studio or any other Linux that has the Xfwm4 window manager follow this instructions Right-click on the top bar in any empty space and select Panel --> Add New Items Here you have two options Select Indicator Plugin or Audio Mixer or drag and place it in the top bar and now you can ...


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"Device a170" shows that your distribution's lspci doesn't yet know the PCI ID of that device, so it's likely that the kernel driver does not know it either. Consider using a more modern distribution, or at least update the kernel.


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I figured it out notify-send "$(amixer -D pulse get Master | awk '$2== "Left:" {print $5}')" Thanks!


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Seems that you have solution for your hardware here: No sound on Ubuntu 15.10 I found the solution (!), create a new file /etc/modprobe.d/intel.conf add the following options: options snd-hda-intel single_cmd=1 options snd-hda-intel probe_mask=1 reboot....


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Open Sound Settings (Volume Controle), click the speaker icone - bottom of list]1 On the last tab Configuration change profile for High Definition Controller, and choose the HDMI setting you want! Then it will be available for selecting in the Output Device tab. Happy Ubunting.


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In terminal type: alsamixer and set master volume louder


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I still cannot comment on how xmms2 handles the situation, but switching back to "Analog Output / No Amplifier" in gnome-control-center fixed the issue and there are no longer hard bumps in volume when switching to the next song. The volume controls of e.g. alsamixer also behave as expected.


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Add the following line to /etc/bluetooth/audio.conf: [General] Disable=Headset then run sudo service bluetooth restart (taken from this thread)


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Here's the correct answer to this question: From ArchWiki Determine the ALSA hw device you want to use. Then add this to your default.pa file. (Change 0,0 to suit your device.) load-module module-alsa-sink device=hw:0,0


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I did the following process to resolve the missing audio under Ubuntu 14.04.3 64-bit on my Gigabyte GA-H710-HD3 motherboard (Skylake, Intel H170 chipset): sudo apt-add-repository ppa:ubuntu-audio-dev/alsa-daily sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install oem-audio-hda-daily-dkms (Note no specific Ubuntu variant in the package name) Once that was installed, ...


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I solved it: I did sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade -y then restarted - and sound is now playing again! But now the sound notification icon is missing. I just did a sudo apt-get install indicator-sound and after a restart everything was back to working again.


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Stop jackd by clicking "stop" in qjackctl or running this command in a terminal: killall jackd then if pulseaudio was stopped, run this command: pulseaudio "Standard" audio should be back. Pulseaudio and jackd can run together installing pulseaudio-module-jack EDIT : The real solution : - try to install "pavucontrol" (pulse audio volume control) ...


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Try to disable the "automute" control that you see in Alsamixer: use right arrow arrow key to move to this control, then down arrow key to disable "automute": your speaker should now be independent from headphone jack, and only controlled by the "speaker" fader (mute it).


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I had this problem, but with every type of video chat that I attempted to use on Xubuntu, everything from Google Hangouts to appr.tc would auto adjust my microphone volume. In particular, it seems to boost the volume if any voices can be heard in the background, as if to try to make the quietest voice be heard. Anyway, my fix was to manually set my ...


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Assumption: we’re talking about Ubuntu (i.e. Gnome/Unity) 14.04 here not Kubuntu/Xubuntu/Lubuntu. I’ve found it quite difficult to find a definitive answer about how the sound themes are supposed to work in Ubuntu, but here’s what I have figured out. Sound themes are in folders under /usr/share/sounds (so if you want to add a downloaded sound theme that’s ...


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Since it seems to me that you have a dualboot setup this thread might have an answer to your problem. Right here: No sound from laptop speakers in Ubuntu 14.04 after booting into Windows 8.1


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Okay, after a lot of trial and error I finally managed to get it working as it should, without any hiccups. Some of the following steps might not be required in order to make it work, but it did work for me after making them. If someone want to modify the answer and get rid of the unnecessary steps then please do it. Besides what I said above when using ...


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After an update it works again. Now if I connect via bluetooth to my headset it is listed as a audio output device.


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Here a manual solution to switch between Equalizor ON (with your favorite settings) and OFF: if [ "$(pulseaudio-equalizer status | grep "Equalizer status" | cut -d"[" -f2 | cut -d"]" -f1)" == "enabled" ]; then pulseaudio-equalizer disable else pulseaudio-equalizer enable fi Save as a file as a bash script, create a new panel starter to by able to ...


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I had exactly the same issue. Apparently the Alienware 17 r3 is comparatively a new model coming out in late September last year so lots of driver issues exist. FAQ: Q.Wifi not working? A.Follow this link to fix Broadcom ath10k(killer wifi) wireless card. https://github.com/kvalo/ath10k-firmware/pull/3 (Note: Your kernel should be higher than the ubuntu ...


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From what I could collect, Focusrite Scarlett 18i8 internal mixer is not yet working with Linux/ALSA. It works only as direct audio input/output device. The manufacturer does not support Linux Linux and Focusrite / Novation products A number of our users have been asking for help using Saffire 6 USB on Linux. Before we get to that, I thought it ...


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Open kernel module configuration for alsa sudo nano /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf Append this line options snd-hda-intel model=alienware Save, Exit then reboot Reference: Ubuntu Community Wiki: HdaIntelSoundHowto Alsa project: Available Models (link found on wiki page above)


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Improving Waschtl answer of this thread so you can BOTH LISTEN AND RECORD the app sound: First, we look for our default output and put its sink name in $DEFAULT_OUTPUT: $ pacmd list-sinks | grep -A1 "* index" * index: 1 name: <alsa_output.pci-0000_00_1b.0.analog-stereo> $ DEFAULT_OUTPUT=$(pacmd list-sinks | grep -A1 "* index" | grep -oP ...


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I had GStreamer extra plugins installed too, but not the GStreamer plugin for aac, xvid, mpeg2, faad. Once I installed it Pithos worked on my Dell desktop computer running Ubuntu 14. I'm piping the sound through an old stereo and like the original post other apps (VLC, etc.) were working fine...


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Copy the file ~/.config/pulse/cookie from the user running the pulseaudio daemon to the same location for the user that you are sudo'ing to.


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I am not answering your question as to how to solve the script issue; however I will venture an explanation as to why this is happening. The audio is a stream that is sent to the audio device, it is a one way communication; Awaiting no further response from the device, once the target is located and the stream is under way. As such, it is not easy to detect ...


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I fixed it with the help of "pavucontrol". For some reasons Configuration->Internal Audio was set to "Dummy device". I changed the config back to "Analog Stereo Duplex". Now Loudspeaker and headphones are working again. This Link is really helpful: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting


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Solved it. I had to use pacmd set-default-sink rather than pactl set-card-profile. To be able to use it in a script, you must export PULSE_RUNTIME_PATH also. Create /usr/local/bin/hdmi_sound_toggle: #!/bin/sh HDMI_STATUS=`cat /sys/class/drm/card0/card0-HDMI-A-1/status` export PULSE_RUNTIME_PATH="/run/user/1000/pulse/" if [ $HDMI_STATUS = "connected" ] ...


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This usually works out of the box without any modifications. Ideally, if your front panel supports jack detection it should work automatically like on a laptop, where audio gets routed to headphones when connected and to speakers when headphones are disconnected. You can control the setting manually in pavucontrol. The method described in the link through ...


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You can run the application with pasuspender. Open a terminal and run pasuspender app_executable. For example, with VLC: pasuspender vlc This will suspend pulseaudio while the application runs.


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You just have to click on the volume applet in the panel while that application is open. Then select sound setting and in that window go to applications tab. There you can adjust or mute the sound for that specific application.


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I had/have the same problems. At the moment I have a workaround for it. stop jack start the player (youtube, webradio...) start jack in pavucontrol you can adjust the output of the app to the Jack Sink. tried many possibilities. even the Cadence (from kxstudio) - "solution" didn't bring the suggested results...


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Regarding Banshee media player, I worked out a solution. In Ubuntu 14.0.3, I (re)installed gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg/-fluendo-plugins-mp3-partner/-plugins-base/-plugins-good/-plugins-ugly/-pulseaudio & gstreamer1.0-fluendo-mp3/-libav/-plugins-base/-plugins-good/-plugins-ugly/-pulseaudio/-x, & everything works well, including video playback.



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