[ubuntu-uk] No 16.04 USB audio Thread Closed

Simon Greenwood sfgreenwood at gmail.com
Sat Aug 6 07:19:48 UTC 2016


On 5 August 2016 at 20:49, Michael <Michael.Penllergaer at btinternet.com>
wrote:

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> On 05/08/16 18:59, Michael wrote:
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> On 05/08/16 18:34, Simon Greenwood wrote:
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> On 5 August 2016 at 18:20, Michael <Michael.Penllergaer at btinternet.com>
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>> Both 12.04 and 14.04 supported USB audio, 16.04 does not. Why not ? was
>> there a file conflict presented by USB audio that caused its omission
>> from16.04 ? I have tried to find a "repair", nothing obvious seen. Is USB
>> audio going to be added to 16.04 or is it not being offered ? Tks, Michael.D
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>>> It is supported, I'm running QSB Sound Science speakers here on 16.04.1.
> ​You will have to be specific about your audio device. ​
> It's a bit of a pain to get set up sometimes though.
> ​ It took me an hour or so to track down the best way of doing it​.
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> ​If your device isn't visible in Sound Settings (or in the Sound control
> panel) open a terminal and see if it's visible to aplay -l. If it isn't
> then it may not be supported, but that would unusual. The simplest solution
> is to install gstreamer, which should make it available to pulseaudio. If
> not, get the details of your device and we should be able to work out how
> to get it working.
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> Twitter: @sfgreenwood
> "TBA are particularly glib"
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> Trond USB audio, not working in 16.04, was good in 12.04 and 14.04, can
> you assist please. Tks, Michael
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> Needed to try a few times, remove/reinsert, came good, tested on various,
> including Skype, good audio so transition from 12.04 to 16.04 now completed.
> The Trond USB audio device is reliable, does not fail in a few hours as
> some do, if computer 3.5mm jack has become intermittant, the Trond USB
> audio device is a good repair option. Michael.D
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​As a note, these are available through Amazon:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Aluminum-Headphone-Microphone-Plug-N-Play-Compatible/dp/B014ANW4VU/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1470467685&sr=8-1&keywords=trond+usb​,
which says they are Linux compatible. They should appear as CMedia CM108 on
your machine. It is often a case of unplugging and re-plugging the device
so that it is noticed.

s/



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