Well as mentioned in the initial post, I also tried with another, stereo-only, usb sound card and there both the annoying channel swap as well as the crackling noise occur as well, with and without pulseaudio. Sign up using Email and Password. Is there a workaround or some guide on how to make it working? It will allow additional upstream developers to examine the issue. Once you’ve tested the upstream kernel, please remove the ‘needs- upstream- testing’ tag. Hardware support may only appear in newer Ubuntu versions.
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USB Sound Card – ODROID
If I use analog output, the device randomly swaps the output channels. It offered a bunch of profiles, of which I extensively used the ‘5. Sometimes upon plugging in the card it was only recognized as stereo capable device or it was recoginizedas 5.
Stop Interface 2 Altset 1 Format: I tried these settings, it does not make any difference Code: See full activity log. Matthew Brown aka Lord Matt 1 9 Now I only see one Speaker slider, instead of the two I saw before There was no ‘needs- upstream- testing’ tag, only a “needs- test-current- image” tag which I removed.
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The workarround that worked for me is to restart pulseaudio as suggested in comment However, the sound card is not useable due to very distracting behavior. 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. Actually, I found a workaround for this apologies if it has already been pointed out: Jeff Fortin Tam kiddo wrote on The forums have been unusually unhelpful with every thread having wildly different answers which all seem to consist of downloading stuff, writing epics scripts in sub-voodoo languages, replacing the entire sound stack, patching the kernel or otherwise doing stuff that is so far over my head as to be incomprehensible.
Every on-board HDA device is wired differently, so you need a new kernel for new hardware; Could someone offer me a solution that any fool could follow.
Adjusting the settings or killing pulseaudio usually worked. I am using Ubuntu I can actually confirm that the option gets applied by pulseaudio.
Edit pulse config and then restart Is your sound card recognized in ubuntu as an audio device? Thank you for your answer!
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I don’t have this piece of aosund anymore, so won’t be available for further testing. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
Email Required, but never shown. Please let us know your results. Once you’ve tested the upstream kernel, please remove the ‘needs- upstream- testing’ tag. Zsound problem is not dependent on the other hardware of the computer checked with four entirely different computers.
I have the same problem. Alsamixer correctly detects the extra channels, but this doesn’t help with sound from the desktop.