Recently I have been having issues with adjusting the volume for my Plantronics Gamecom 780 since it’s too quiet. In other distributions I have tried out, I never had this issue, however the kernel version on the other distributions were less than 3.14.
Here is my current system information if this helps
-\` .o+\` [email protected] \`ooo/ OS: Arch Linux \`+oooo: Kernel: x86\_64 Linux 3.14.6-1-ARCH \`+oooooo: Uptime: 41m -+oooooo+: Packages: 821 \`/:-:++oooo+: Shell: bash 4.3.18 \`/++++/+++++++: Resolution: 1920x1080 \`/++++++++++++++: DE: KDE 4.13.1 \`/+++ooooooooooooo/\` WM: KWin ./ooosssso++osssssso+\` WM Theme: Qtcurve .oossssso-\`\`\`\`/ossssss+\` GTK Theme: QtCurve [GTK3] -osssssso. :ssssssso. CPU: AMD FX-8320 Eight-Core @ 3.5GHz :osssssss/ osssso+++. GPU: AMD/ATI Tahiti XT [Radeon HD 7970] /ossssssss/ +ssssooo/- RAM: 2008MB / 11982MB \`/ossssso+/:- -:/+osssso+- \`+sso+:-\` \`.-/+oso: \`++:. \`-/+/ .\` \`/
What I have tried so far:
Open up the alsamixer to adjust the volume; came to a dead end since playback is apparently not detected. All PCM capture sources are blank as shown below.
Installing Pulseaudio and adjusting the maximum volume with pavucontrol, but the sound quality decreases greatly when I do this and it’s still not as loud in comparison to the previous distributions.
Running the HDA Analyzer python script; First I got an error message where I had to change the python references in the script to python2 in reference to [this[/url:nb04yuk4] and then I got this error message.
[[email protected] ~]$ sudo python2 run.py [sudo] password for tyler: Using temporary directory: /dev/shm/hda-analyzer You may remove this directory when finished or if you like to download the most recent copy of hda-analyzer tool. File cached /dev/shm/hda-analyzer/hda\_analyzer.py File cached /dev/shm/hda-analyzer/hda\_guilib.py File cached /dev/shm/hda-analyzer/hda\_codec.py File cached /dev/shm/hda-analyzer/hda\_proc.py File cached /dev/shm/hda-analyzer/hda\_graph.py File cached /dev/shm/hda-analyzer/hda\_mixer.py Downloaded all files, executing hda\_analyzer.py Traceback (most recent call last): File "/dev/shm/hda-analyzer/hda\_analyzer.py", line 546, in <module\> sys.exit(main(sys.argv)) File "/dev/shm/hda-analyzer/hda\_analyzer.py", line 523, in main if read\_nodes(sys.argv[1:]) == 0: File "/dev/shm/hda-analyzer/hda\_analyzer.py", line 89, in read\_nodes read\_nodes2(c.card, i) File "/dev/shm/hda-analyzer/hda\_analyzer.py", line 60, in read\_nodes2 c = HDACodec(card, codec) File "/dev/shm/hda-analyzer/hda\_codec.py", line 1041, in \_\_init\_\_ self.parse\_proc() File "/dev/shm/hda-analyzer/hda\_codec.py", line 1140, in parse\_proc self.proc\_codec = HDACodecProc(self.card, self.device, file) File "/dev/shm/hda-analyzer/hda\_proc.py", line 479, in \_\_init\_\_ self.parse(proc\_file) File "/dev/shm/hda-analyzer/hda\_proc.py", line 731, in parse self.wrongfile(line) File "/dev/shm/hda-analyzer/hda\_proc.py", line 143, in wrongfile raise ValueError, "wrong proc file format (%s)" % msg ValueError: wrong proc file format ( In-driver Connection: 6)
Thank you for your time.]0