Continuing the discussion from
Sometime Fedora does not recognize Speakers but does after reboot:
Today, I got a Over-the-ear headphone with mic attached to it. In Windows, the headphones was auto-configured at a volume level below 100, So I pushed it up to 100. I also feel like it is auto-configured to be below 100 in fedora too. Is there a way to do it fedora also ?
(I don’t understand
alsamixer 's interface)
@arctrus, I haven’t noticed my system doing that. But you might try using
pavucontrol instead of
alsamixer and see if you can lock the values you want using that tool.
It is at 100. But the sound is still less than what Windows gave at 100. Maybe we aren’t accesing the core configuration of my headphone.
Don’t mind that low “green” above “advance”, It’s just visualising my music
@glb It is weird, but, It got auto fixed. I came back from windows. And headphones are working at their true capacity.
Thanks! For all the effort you put into the community. I would never leave desktop linux.
Note that fedora has at least 2 volume controls to be concerned with.
The device volume control you show
The system volume control (at the upper right of the screen)
and possibly a third on the headphones themselves.
It seems all have some affect on sound output and each may need adjusted to attain the desired results.