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Select all USB Mixer: I think my device can only handle 16bit see info in post 3 , probably that’s why the pulseaudio option is ignored. It will allow additional upstream developers to examine the issue. Is there a workaround or some guide on how to make it working? All I want is to plug the silly thing in and get sound out of my speakers.

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Then it drops the slider to zero and won’t bring it back. With Windows 7 default drivers, it claims only 7.

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I have found a workaround. Without the option in daemon. Reinaldo C Filho reinaldocfilho wrote on Eik Iemer eikiemer wrote on If I use analog output, the device randomly swaps the output channels. I consider bying a “Sound Blaster Omni Surround 5.

This applies on current Ubuntu It offered a bunch of profiles, of which I extensively used the ‘5. Select all pacmd list-sinks grep sample.

Select all sample spec: This change will make the HDMI sound poor but will allow the 24bit transport for C-Media device to work nicely with surround sound over pulse. Sign up using Email and Password. My usb CM card is 5. 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. To save alsamixer changes for reboots: Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.


I tried these settings, it does not make any difference Code: Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on The problem of stereo with this device is due to the configuration of the. Dana Goyette danagoyette wrote on With Linux, the same 7.

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. Please add the links to the forum posts you’ve checked out to your question, it might provide clues for the answerers!

Actually, I found a workaround for this apologies if it has already been pointed out: Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on Related bug report same buggy device, different symptoms: CM Like Sound Device’ by lsusb.

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Adjusting the settings or killing pulseaudio usually worked. For convenience, this is a start of the “diff” of the two other log files Edit I can actually confirm that the option gets applied by pulseaudio.


I tested with standard Ubuntu Mate image. Soundcard not detected Uname: JohnFlux johnflux wrote on Is there any solution in sight?