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Re: no audio




On 02/24/2018 02:10 PM, Glenn English wrote:
On Sat, Feb 24, 2018 at 10:04 AM, Curt <curty@xxxxxxx> wrote:

I have two sound devices--HD-AUDIO GENERIC (which corresponds to HDMI)
and HDA ATI SB (Realtek chip which I use for sound output).

Selecting the HDA ATI SB card in alsamixer (F6) was fruitless (although
you can eventually unmute muted channels there to positive effect).

I installed pavucontrol, and in the Configuration tab turned the HDMI
profile off and the analog duplex output which corresponds to my Realtek
chip on.

As I have no speakers, in Output Devices I selected headphones (I do have
headphones).

I now have sound through the headphones.

Still nothing here.

pavucontrol was already installed, so I ran it. It came up in the
Output Devices mode.

Did you goto the right-most tab "Configuration"? That is where you can turns things on/off. Mine is

HDA NVidia 		Off
HDA NVidia 		Off
Built in Audio 		Off
USB Audio Device 	Analog Stereo Output and Analog mono Input
CM106 Like Sound Device Analog Surround 7.1 Output


Turn OFF what you don't need/want and configure what you do have. My BEST luck is using USB. Stinkin' stereo jacks have to figure if your speakers are directly connected or amplified. Doesn't always work out on laptops especially. The USB audio device is my USB stereo headphones, and the CM106 Like Sound Device is my USB 7.1 sound setup to blow my neighbors into the next county. Hope this helps, USB seems to work best. Ric
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