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The following two commands solved this problem for me on my 820 G2: hda-verb /dev/snd/hwC1D0 0x0c SET_AMP_GAIN_MUTE 0x5180 hda-verb /dev/snd/hwC1D0 0x0c SET_AMP_GAIN_MUTE 0x6180 I added them to rc.local and a pm script for thaw/resume.


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Sorry, I fixed it. It was just clipping really bad, I noticed when it was just an advertisement or something it wouldn't do it, so I read up and ran alsamixer, put PCM at 50 and it solved it!


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this will get rid of the jack server error, not sure about the others sudo apt-get install multimedia-jack pulseaudio --kill jack_control start


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I spent a long time working with the same problem, based on lots of forum threads, and nothing helped. Then I tried this: $ alsactl restore That did it :)


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Ok, solved it. After installing pavucontrol sudo apt-get install pavucontrol the list of output devices showed me that my current HDMI output device was unplugged. Switching to the Configuration tab in pavucontrol allowed me to select the only digital output device that the system said was plugged in. After selecting that one, everything worked like ...


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100% security does not exist. But osmoma has signed the Ubuntu Code of Conduct and is a member since 2005-10-08. He is also not noticed negative so far. I would say, you can trust the PPA. If you have doubts, you can check the source code.


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The issue here was the volume levels in alsa were muted. Open a terminal and run alsamixer Find the output you want to use and if it says mm underneath it is muted, just press m to unmute it. If the audio quality is poor try adjusting other outputs levels in alsamixer until it sounds good. If all else fails, switch the sound to pulse audio Install ...


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My guess is that alsa mixer works for you too? On my system, the sounds settings are active only while pulseaudio is running. To start the daemon manually: pulseaudio -D If it gets in the way of something else you can stop it by pulseaudio -k


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In VLC, in Audio settings, I chose Reverse Stereo, and suddenly I got sound back! Following that: Left, Right, and even regular Stereo now work.


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The sound device on your HDMI should appear the same whether you use Proprietary (fglrx) or Open Source (Mesa) drivers. On AMD cards it is run through the ALSA drivers, and is on a separate PCI sub-device as far as software is concerned. You probably simply do not have it set as your default sound output. You should be able to do this in the appropriate ...


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Try this: Open a terminal,Press Ctrl+Alt+T Run it: sudo -i apt-get update apt-get install --reinstall brasero brasero-cdrkit brasero-common cdrdao cdparanoia cue2toc dvdauthor dvd+rw-tools genisoimage wodim If the error persists, I suggest change to k3b


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I do not know about configuring .asoundrc but what I can tell you is that you should probably run: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install pulseaudio In order to properly install Pulseaudio.


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try this sudo apt-get purge pulseaudio gstreamer0.10-pulseaudio pulseaudio-utils after that restart the computer and test it out It worked for me!


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I had the same problem with HDMI, After installed pulse-audio, it was solutioned. Now I can watch films and hear sound on TV


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Have changed audio source in sounds settings after connecting to TV ? see below image for reference. you need to change it to HDMI/digital Stereo.


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As others have mention this is likely a restricted extras issue. The easiest way to install them is to open a terminal and type: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras You will need to select 'Ok' for the Microsoft EULA: just tab down until it's selected and press the Enter key.


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Just wanted to report that after upgrading to Kubuntu 15.04, and KDE 5, switching between bluetooth profiles works fine.


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From what I can tell, Nicecast appears to be a pretty simple broadcast service with a built-in icecast server (or optional remote server setup). If using built-in server: (ie: on your local machine) the world will not be able to connect to your address, unless you set up port forwarding on your router. If using a remote hosted icecast server: Simply add ...


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I have solved the issue. I found a setting in the alsamixer called auto mute, disabling this did the trick! exact steps: open terminal and type "alsamixer" Press f6 and choose the soundcard making the popping noise. Navigate to automute and press down. Hopefully, this can save other the trouble I been through


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In PulseAudio Volume Control, in the tab Output Devices, expand the section Advanced for the output device in question. You can set a latency offset as millisecond value in the advanced section of each device. That value can be positive or negative; There are other options in the advanced section that may be related to the synchronisation with video. ...


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Click the sound icon on the top right and then click on sound settings. Plug-in your headphones and click the test sound button. Then disconnect and and make sure you don't see speakers instead of headphones like is presented in the screenshot to check if your headphones are being detected.


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I am not working for Google nor did I looked at the chromium code. I do not believe that Google is recording your room and store what it records but looks for a signal in the recorded stream that sounds similar to "OK, Google" (-> voice search). There is a setting in Chrome with that you can turn off the voice search (at least that is what they try to tell ...


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Before turning on your laptop try press and hold your power button on laptop, hold for a few seconds and then go straight to windows. I have same problem and this helps me. Not sure what's going on, but I read somewhere that this is something to do with static charge... Not sure though, what's really a problem.


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The XDG_RUNTIME_DIR solution worked for me, but there is no need to create a file in /etc/systemd/system. Just add this line in /etc/init.d/mpd: export XDG_RUNTIME_DIR=/run/user/1000 I already have specified mpd to run as my own user and "audio" group in /etc/mpd.conf.


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I had the exact same problem, I have a dual boot with windows 8.1. When when my windows updated, I came back with windows and I had sound on microphones but nothing on speakers. I did a lot of search and things like this answer but it didn't work. Finally from some article and this post found out that my speakers are put to sleep by windows, 1-restarted ...


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I've also had significant ttrouble getting audio ripping working using 14.04 (which is now the latest stable release). RipOff doesn't find any plugins to encode, asunder freezes very frequently etc. The asunder problems at least are fixed in Doug McMahon's CD Ripping PPA and that also contains a version of rubyripper - I recommend using this PPA


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Using the hw device disables all automatic sample format conversions. (And aplay does not support FLAC files.) The correct way to set the default card in asound.conf would be this: defaults.pcm.card 0 defaults.ctl.card 0 However, card zero is the default one anyway; you don't need any asound.conf.


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It happened exactly the same thing. In my case I had PulseAudio Equalizer installed and I just launched the equalizer and the sound was back.


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I fixed the login problem, called a login loop, by following this answer http://askubuntu.com/a/223634/390210 . Doesn't explain the audio though


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I guess it was just a problem with that PlayOnLinux installer. I realized that I had other windows games on steam that I wanted to try on steam, so I just installed steam with PlayOnLinux, and all of my games from there. Now Skyrim's audio is great. It was like a whole new world after ages of fuzziness. :)


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Make sure you have the right output selected in System Settings > Sound > input


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According to help.ubuntu:: No sound If you don't hear any sound, try: (a) click System -> Preferences -> Sounds. Then click a sound in the bottom list, and make sure that it's not already selected. You should hear the sound you selected. If not, make sure your speakers are working and that your volume is up. Try clicking another sound in the list, ...


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What usually works for me is to sudo apt-get update then sudo apt-get upgrade. After that restart your system. Sorry if this doesn't work or if you have tried this before. Also is it a recent install?


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You can get information about Audio/Video Codec and additional information by installing mediainfo. Both GUI ( Graphical User Interface ) and Command-line utility is available. Use this command to install, $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install mediainfo If you want to install GUI, $ sudo apt-get install mediainfo-gui for reference visit mediainfo ...


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Your problem could be due to various reasons, including but not limited to: something running in the background which uses your CPU or RAM. For this, open a terminal and call top or launch system monitor. Then open gedit an monitor your CPU and memory consumption. If you see a jump try to find what is causing it. You may need to update your motherboard ...


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It is hard to tell over the static but for me it sounds like one of the default pidgin sounds. It could also be the systembell. To Further debug you sound you could kill the existing pulseaudio server, with pulseaudio -k. And launch pulseaudio -vvvvv It could be that you have any kind of IM running in background? Is there anything visible running in your ...


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Try to turn off shortCuts(Commands) in CompizConfig Setting Manager (Icon with keyboards keys y+z+Ctrl). This solved my problems with shortcuts in Unity Ubuntu 15.04.


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I wrote this to be as fast and simple to use as possible - this script will work great in tandem with a quick access terminal like Yakuake or Guake: #!/bin/bash #################################################### # # Use this CLI util to toggle pulse audio <--> jackd # # This program will start by shutting down the # pulseaudio systems and starting ...


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This may not help but I just installed lubuntu and tried to get my usb headphones to work but they did not...I installed adio mixer and pulse audio but neither worked. I then thought wth why not do a reboot..IT Worked!! I now have sound through my usb head phones...although my sound did work on my laptop speakers before....just and FYI.


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I have also Intel HD Graphics 4000 with AMD Radeon 8500 2048 MB. Everything you have to do is to go to Sound Preferences from system settings and change the device in "Play sound through" and in "Settings for HDMI / DisplayPort" change mode, Digital Stereo HDMI output or Digital Surround 5.1 HDMI Output.


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1.Go to bluetooth settings; 2.Turn on visibility and bluetooth; 3.Click on "+" to add a new device; After that go to sound settings. 1.In output tab you will be able to find audio devices, and you will be allowed to select which audio device you want to use.


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In the first place, if you aim to edit sound in Ubuntu perhaps the UbuntuStudio distribution could be of help. It has a lot of sound-related stuff that the main version does not. 5.1 sound configuration should work out of the box, programs that can handle it should use it directly (videolan, audacity, ...). You may want to look into the JACK daemon if you ...


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Follow these steps in Terminal command sudo add-apt-repository ppa:kirkland/sound sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ubuntu-sounds It should work with Audacity sound editor.


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It might correct sound card has not been selected. You can select the sound card in the F6 key in alsamixer. (If you can use a GUI environment, pavucontrol is recommended.)


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Try installing a new audio driver. You can check out Realtek for some drivers. Just click "Downloads" and then click "High Definition Audio Codecs". Then scroll down and you should see drivers for Linux.


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I managed to solve this, although not a optimal solution, it'll work. I installed PulseAudio Volume Control. Then went to "Configuration" and under the correct sound card, I chose the correct output (Analog 5.1). Then it shows up in sound settings again. Although, if I change the device in Sound Settings, I sometimes have to open PulseAudio Volume ...


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For single file, check aplay, play, and paplay (for Pulseaudio only).


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options snd_usb_audio index=0 This options tells the snd-usb-audio driver that when it loads, it must claim the first sound card index. However, If that sound card index is already used by some other driver (snd-hda-intel in your case), loading fails. In theory, you would need to prevent such conflicts by telling all drivers which index to use. But a ...


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You'll need to set the power option to do 'nothing' when the lid is closed. There is no way for your machine to be asleep but still transmit things through HDMI.


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I follow the below workaround whenever I connect laptop to a TV: Connect HDMI cable to TV and switch on the TV. Run the below command on a console (It worked without sudo) pulseaudio -k Open Sound settings, you should see "HDMI/Display Port" entry under Output tab.



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