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I also had the same problem with QC35 on Fedora 24. I tried a customized bluez package here: https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/npmccallum/jelling/packages/: # dnf copr enable npmccallum/jelling # dnf install bluez-5.37-1.gatt.fc24 After downgrading from 5.40 to the modified 5.37-1 version, I could succeed to pair the headset manually by bluetoothctl ...


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I have these headphones as well, along with a handy laptop running Fedora 24. After chatting with one of the Bluez developers on IRC, I have things working. Below is what I've found. (Note that I know very little about Bluetooth so I may be using incorrect terminology for some of this.) The headphones support (or at least say they support) bluetooth LE ...


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I have also bought Bose QC 35 few days ago. After some initial problems, I managed to make it work on Debian, with ALSA and bluez 4.x apt-get install bluetooth apt-get install bluez-alsa apt-get install blueman after installing these packages, it still did not work. The problem was with dbus permissions. I solved it by adding my user (uid 1000) to group ...


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I read up on your specific headphones, and they use Near Field Communication (NFC) to facilitate pairing, and this was mentioned as specifically added in Bluez 5.3, although, it mentioned on at least one blog "NFC comes built in to the new keyboard, but unfortunately Gnu/Linux doesn’t support NFC well yet. Although NFC support is built in to the Linux ...


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Apparently the built-in sound kept setting itself to headphones. pavucontrol fixed it perfectly.


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Since introduction of Dmix in alsa, pulseaudio turned to be useless. Bare alsa with Dmix somehow enabled deep inside (I haven't have to set anything) works much better for me. For example, there is no delays while a sound level is being changed. Just uninstall pulseaudio if you are using recent alsa and feel fine.


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I asked this same question here: http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/50596/how-to-change-audio-levels-of-sound-card-with-same-control-names and got the answer from CL. Use amixer -c2 controls to list all the low-level controls. Then you can use amixer -c2 cset .. to select specific controls by their unique ID number. Running the ...



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