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I saw that I can change the device of the audio-stream
I had a issue with some similarities (including broken volume but at low level). I found a workaroudn and explained in Pulseaudio with external sound adapter: work around broken sound . Let's adapt it for your case. The command below should find the correct sink name for you (it just takes the first one): export LC_ALL=C ADAPTER_SINK_NAME=$( pactl list ...
I have an experimental workaround. First get adapter sink name First one has to figure out the sink name for the adapter. Open a shell. We'll assume bash and prevent any localization issue by switching to the default locale: export LC_ALL=C To get a list of sinks: pacmd list-sinks | grep name: You can read the output and copy-paste manually the ...
Pulseaudio is a little daemon. man pulseaudio says you can turn it off with the command pulseaudio --kill but doing that takes the rebirth again-- it respawns itself. A normal init script is there to start it at boot, /etc/rc2.d/S50pulseaudio. But when you try controlling this the normal Linux way it doesn't work, because running /etc/init.d/pulseaudio stop ...
You are missing the systemd unit files alsa-store.service and alsa-restore.service which are responsible for saving volume settings before shutdown/reboot and respectively restoring those settings at start-up. They're part of alsa-utils. They are both "static" services (they're controlled automatically) so all you have to do is install alsa-utils: pacman -S ...
On Gentoo I use PulseAudio's built-in equalizer. Any further info can be found here: https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/PulseAudio#Equalizer
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