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It is possible to increase the 153% volume increase of pavucontrol but this is a little complex and not so easy to accomplish. Easier by far is to actually increase the volume available to vlc itself. The maximum possible volume can be extracted from vlc by following these steps: Open the vlc Preferences by first opening vlc and then pressing Ctrl+P In '...
Your Audacious audio volume is fine, therefore the audio problem comes from the web browser. It's not an audio driver problem, nothing to do with PulseAudio or ALSA whatsoever. There is a solution for boosting audio in Firefox. You can type 'about:config' in the address bar and search the strings containing the word 'volume': media.volume_scale. The ...
If you just want to increase your system's volume, you can right-click on the sound icon in the taskbar and choose "Sound Preferences". The "Output Volume" slider at the top of the window should allow you to boost the output volume well beyond 100% (to about 150% or so) If your videos are standalone files, you could play them in VLC; turning VLC's volume up ...
It appears that that there is a bug report filed for this which might or might not be related to Skype. The problem The error message mentions that there's a problem with a PulseAudio module. Solution 1: disabling the module If you'd like to try disabling the module, which might make Bluetooth audio not work, open a terminal (press Ctrl+Alt+T), and run ...
On Xubuntu 16.04 the xfce4-mixer plugin is no longer available. Try sudo apt install xfce4-pulseaudio-plugin (which is not in the goodies package)
Apple EarPods use a special/different type of connector layout called CTIA. Your Macbook works perfectly with CTIA headphones because they are both Apple products and implement CTIA. Your ubuntu setup most likely uses OMTP. Here is an image depicting the mismatch: This incompatibility will prevent you from using your Apple EarPods
This is a Unity bug. https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/unity/+bug/1586491 Looks like it's fixed and will soon be in Xenial's repository. If you want the fix right now, you can enable pre-release updates, then run sudo apt-get install unity/xenial-proposed.
You don't say what device you are using but most modern laptops with one socket of that type will , when correctly setup, prompt you to select what type of device you have plugged in and configure the port appropriately. That this is not happening suggests that you have not got the right profile loaded for your computer's (laptop ?) particular chip layout. ...
You headphone has a TRRS (tip-ring-ring-sleeve) connector. Which can be seen below. Black rings separates the signal contacts. Here we have 3 black rings and 4 signal lines (contacts). These contacts are used for; Ground Stereo Signal-1 Stereo Signal-2 Button control So, we must have 4 different contacts in the host device's connector (for example you ...
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