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Whilst having connected for media purposes, I'd suggest you to try receving a call on your phone or dial a number. Most of the recent android versions, provide an option to use your Telephone Audio through your already connected bluetooth speakers on a calling screen once you touch the speakerphone toggle icon. There shouldn't have been an explicit need of ...


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One place to start is to use pavucontrol (install it if you don't have it) to check to what output your sound is sent. Under "Output Devices", the text next to the icon of a sound card should be something familiar (for me it is "Built-in Audio Analog Surround 4.0". There might be options to change ports, if you have multiple speaker configurations. But that ...


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As you can see in the output, you encoded your audio into Format : FLAC. This is a format with lossless compression. ogg is just a container, and can hold different formats. To keep a similar size and quality as your mp3 you can choose the more usual vorbis format explicitly: ffmpeg -i in.mp3 -c libvorbis out.ogg The fact that it did not do this by ...


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Some distributions ship alsa with the main channel muted. Check alsamixer.


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sudo alsactl init worked for me in a similar situation. I believe sudo privileges were required for this. At the time I had these packages installed: alsa-base, alsa-oss, alsa-utils.


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The only thing which worked in FreeBSD 10.3 was: kern.vt.enable_bell=0


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This quodlibet config entry works: gst_pipeline = pulsesink device=bluez_sink.AB_AB_AB_AB_AB_AB Still no way to use the xfce4 mixer nor the volume keys of the laptop.


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If your kernel has jack inputs configured root@brix:~# grep CONFIG_SND_HDA_INPUT_JACK /boot/config-$(uname -r) Using Evtest you can list all your input events. root@brix:/etc/acpi# evtest No device specified, trying to scan all of /dev/input/event* Available devices: /dev/input/event0: Power Button /dev/input/event1: Power Button /dev/input/event2: ...


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I think I've been able to resolve this by switching to the Gstreamer audio backend instead of VLC. Once I switched backends, Kmix showed a new "PCM" slider which seems to affect notification sounds.


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What if you don't use acodec copy but --extract-audio --audio-format mp3 --audio-quality 0? Getting it in mp3 means it has to post-process right? And that automatically means quality loss right?


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Per that Raspberry ALSA sound output / input slave CL mentions, those "errors" are just garbage dumped by PortAudio. I think your real error is about the jack server not running.


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Based on your comment's you using Linux wrong. That is why you are having this difficulty. The great thing about Linux is that you can do so many things so many different ways. The one thing that everyone agrees on, however is that you should not do normal stuff as root. You should log in as a non-privileged user then become root (sudo or su or other ways) ...



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