[arch-general] Sound problems
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Sat Feb 2 10:04:35 EST 2013
2013/2/2 Martín Cigorraga <msx at archlinux.us>
> On Fri, Feb 1, 2013 at 8:00 PM, Frank Zimmermann <
> frank.zimmermann.berlin at freenet.de> wrote:
> > Am Donnerstag, den 31.01.2013, 21:23 -0300 schrieb Martín Cigorraga:
> > > # /usr/sbin/alsactl store
> > shouldn't this keep the settings for the speaker? In my case it doesn't
> Yes, of course, that's the purpose of that command.
> > >
> > > So you've installed PulseAudio, may be the problem is related with PA
> > then.
> > comes with Gnome
> > > Check carefully the PA wiki and if you can't find where the problem
> > resides
> > > you will need to make some debug; the first step shall be uninstall PA
> > and
> > > check that ALSA's systemd units are working right, then you can try
> > reins-
> > > talling PA and looking carefully for any change you do to config files.
> > I'll check Pulseaudio and see where it'll brings me.
> > KR Frank
> There are two things that come to my mind right now:
> 1) have present that some of the sound settings you can change with
> alsamixer depends on other
> settings. For example it is totally worthless to set the Master channel to
> it's maximum if PCM
> channel is muted.
> 2) because you use PA (well, you use GNOME but it triggers the PA
> installation) it may be worth
> to take a look at the various PA mixers found in the official repositories
> and in the AUR.
> I also found these threads related to your issue in the forums - it might
> be more to check:
Try finding the program mentioned here, and change the default output
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