making a bluetooth speaker work

Glenn / Lenny gervin at
Fri Nov 18 15:08:30 UTC 2016

Hi Luke and All,
I could not find any audio settings that would allow me to change this.
Could it also be that it has to do with the fact that it's Bluetooth 3.0?
Also, I looked on the applications tab of the sound in hardware, and there is a bunch of speech dispatchers, and they all are not muted and have a valid number for the volume gain.
Thanks for any more ideas.


It may be that the device does not support sample rates below 44100.


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On Fri, Nov 18, 2016 at 04:42:12PM AEDT, Glenn / Lenny wrote:
> Hi,
> I am running Ubuntu 16.04 on an Intel NUC PPYH.
> I have been using a regular speaker on it, but I want to use an Anker pocket Bluetooth Speaker.
> I got it found and configured from the Bluetooth manager, and in sound in control center, I can test it fine.
> But I cannot get system sounds or Orca to speak from it, the audio only comes through connected speaker.
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