Bot tomj-syn-packet wrote on It worked for me, too! Tarmo Ilves koolobus wrote on Just to make sure Belgarth In the Recording tab, ajust the volume of the Digital-1 to the preferred level.
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Yes, the mic continues to work, whether the headphones are plugged in or not.
Email me about changes to this bug report. Connexant did get it to work after a few months of fiddling, but I can’t remember what I did and then I had to reinstall Karmic due to other issues and now I have no sound again.
Generic ID Its maybe resolved describet on the link above. A little detail; now, headphones and speakers shares the same volume control.
Realtek say it “should” work, and it may just be a case of enabling the spdif out put, which is controlled by the video drivers apparently.
There is just 1 tickbox with the text “Headphone”, enabled by default. For those with connnextant nvidia chip set, apparently they haven’t implemented the functionality yet, and plan on adding it in driver If so, try to add cpnnextant report there.
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Looking at the first post, he has an HDMI device. Searching 1 week to solve this problem Thanks for your help though! Yes, speakers are always muted, no matter whether the headphone switch is turned on or off. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. The according sequence to deactivate the internal speakers then is:. I had this same problem. I am still new to ubuntu, so it’s possible I’m missing something else that needs to be changed.
According to wikipedia http: Sometimes the external and internal microphone is transposed in the mixer. If you can, please verify if this bug still exists or not and report back your results.
Sadly i’m not at the machine to test if I actually have linuz audio, so I’ll update on that front tonight. Some produce just silence, some hang the recording application, some produce utterly jerky sound. Mine doesn’t get that far so that thread is already a step ahead of where I am at!
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Look for the one labeled HDMI. If you’re using external speakers plugged in the headphone jackthe problem is almost transparent. I tried upgrading to It unfortunately appears that this bug is not yet resolved.
If you need to reset your password, click here. I’d like to change the status, but I don’t know which one to choose: I forgot to mention that the “headphones” volume was not changing anything, however the main and PCM volumes were modifying the headphones and speakers volumes at the same time.
You can follow the steps on this thread. The only “trouble” I found so far was one button in Volume Control named “headphones”. That is, is this a missing feature in the current drivers or broken code?
It should be automatic. However I found that Conexant has new newer chip-set on a better card which is conexant 10bit.