I have this same bug. Eik Iemer eikiemer wrote on Actually, I found a workaround for this apologies if it has already been pointed out: Email me about changes to this bug report. The sound card is 5. You could use alsamixer. The card was always set to max volume upon plugging in, no matter what the volume regulator said.
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I have this same bug.
USB Sound Card – ODROID
If anyone is willing to work on this bug I might gladly offer him or her such an device not only for fixing this bug but also as a little reward for the effort. With Windows 7 default drivers, it claims only 7. The workarround that worked for me is to restart pulseaudio as suggested in comment It offered a bunch of profiles, of which I extensively used the ‘5.
So I guess no-one uses an usb sound card with linux v3. To post a comment you must log in.
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Asound A-cm106 And 106+ Driver Download
Alsamixer correctly detects the extra channels, but this doesn’t help with sound from the desktop. Volume element Speaker has 8 aosund. Thank you for your answer!
You need to log in to change this bug’s status. After you have made the changes, press Esc to exit. I think my device can only handle 16bit see info in post 3asoun that’s why the pulseaudio option is ignored. I still have this device.
Asound A-cm And + Driver Download Version
All I want is to plug the silly thing in and get sound out of my speakers.
Every on-board HDA device is wired differently, so you need a new kernel for new hardware; Therefore I had to manually switch back to my internal soundcard, then select again the CM and finally adjust the volume. Since I need X as well as accelerated video playback in kodi this option does not come into consideration, unfortunately. My usb CM card is 5. Dana Goyette danagoyette wrote on If I use the speaker test either in the sound settings of ubuntu mate or using the speaker-test command line toolthe output starts on the desired channel but suddenly switches to a random channel, and it switches channels multiple times a second.
See full activity log. Brad, Is your hardware 24bit capable and does surround really work flawlessly? Sometimes also the settings for the balancers got lost.
What a pity, I didn’t imagine this is going to be an insuperable barrier. You could use alsamixer.
In Fedora it worked out of the box. On top of that, it’s totally silent.