OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Headphone Jack And Internal Mic Not Working
Apr 7, 2011
Just curious if someone could help me with my issue, I've noticed that my internal mic doesn't work, and when I plug in headphones it stops the use of the speakers but I hear nothing through the headphones. I'm running openSUSE 11.3 and have had almost no major problems until this. I've searched around and asked a couple friends and have made absolutely no progress.
installed Opensuse 11.4 onto the Fujitsu Amilo L7320GW laptop, and all works well except for the headphone jack. Sound works from the laptop speakers and when the headphones are plugged in the sound is muted from the main speakers, but no sound via the headphones.I've looked at other threads within the forum, and it appears that editing the 50-sound.conf file has helped other people, however the soundcard is a Realtek ALC655 (chipset VIA VT82xx), and l cannot see a listing for the ALC655 within the alsa/HD-Audio-Models.txtListed below is the information requested:-[URL]
I have ubuntu 11.04 dual boot with vista in a gateway laptop. The internal laptop speakers work fine, but anything I plug into the headphone jack does not work (I have headphones and speakers that I use through the headphone jack).
I've tried a ton of things like re-installing pulse, alsa mixer, making sure everything is turned up and NOT muted, and I can't get any sound.
EDIT: here is the alsa info script output...
UPDATE-SOLVED: Ok I finally found something that solved my issue. For any future gateway users that may read this -- try this fix here (I'm using an M model, the fix is for a T model, it worked anyway).
I have an Asus G60vx notebook and when I updated to 10.10 I lost audio through my headphones. The speakers work fine, just not the headphones. Normally I am able to sole these things on my own through searching forums and what not, but no solutions I have found work for me so far. Things I have tried:
1. Make sure the latest drivers are installed according to the above, then edit the file /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf and add the following line:
2. Checking on the alsamixer thru the terminal. Headphones is green, but there is only the 00 notch, like there is no volume to change. 3. Updating my alsa files via synaptics, my kernel model is 2.6.35-23-generic. There is no alsa drivers for this kernel that I can find yet, however I found this, Ubuntu supplied Linux modules for version 2.6.35 ALSA snapshots. Installed it still doesnt work.
I installed ubuntu 9.04 a few days back and realized my headphone jack just doesn't work when plugged in and the sound still comes from the main speaker. I tried following some of the instructions over the net but wasn't able to solve the problem.
My System : DELL VOSTRO 1520.
My sound card: 0 [Intel]: HDA-Intel - HDA Intel HDA Intel at 0xf3300000 irq 22
It worked fine with 8.04, although it wasn't as loud as it usually is with windows, but since I've updated its stopped working. When plugging the headphones in, a little sound comes through for a second when halfway plugged in, then nothing when fully plugged.
I have a Fujitsu Siemans Amilo A1630 installed with squeeze and am having problems making the headphone jack work with ALSA, there is no sound from this port and jack auto-detect does not work. All drivers are present and correct and necessary modules for my sound device appear to be loading properly, the device seems fully functional except for headphones.
I just installed FC13 on my HP laptop and everything has been working great with one exception. When I plug in my headphones, it doesn't mute the speakers and there is no sound in the headphones. I've checked alsamixer and the gnome-volume-control and all necessary channels are unmuted and turned up. But I have no idea how to proceed. I'm afraid to make any configuration changes because I don't want to lose the sound completely. Here is the output from lspci
Code: 00:14.2 Audio device: ATI Technologies Inc SBx00 Azalia (Intel HDA) 01:05.1 Audio device: ATI Technologies Inc RS780 Azalia controller
I just realize that when I plug in my headphones in my laptop, the sound in the laptop's speakers continues to play and I have no sound on the headphones. This is the output of the 'sudo lshw -C sound' on my system:
I can not get sound to exit from my headphone jack, whenever I plug it in, no sounds come out. Notebook model is Acer 3820TG. By the way, I've tried adding the line for HDA Intel with udo gedit /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf
I have a Dell Vostro 320 running Ubuntu 10.10. I can get sound through the onboard speakers but when I plug headphones into the jack, the onboard speakers mute (correct behaviour), but no sound comes from the headphones (incorrect behaviour). The headphones do work with other sound sources.I have made sure all the alsa drivers are up to date and correct and the system is seeing the sound card OK according to aplay -l:
The alsamixer run from the command line or Gnome shows "Master", "PCM", "Beep" and "Capture" all normal with nothing muted. The alsa-base.conf file has the following as the last line as per various posts that seem to have a fix for this problem:options snd-hda-intel model=dell-vostro position_fix=0 enable=yes.
I'm dual booting Windows 7 and Ubuntu 9.10 64bit on a new HP laptop.In Ubuntu, I'm not getting any sound from the headphone jack. I've tried a couple of different solutions but haven't had much luck. Sound works through the internal speakers in both Windows and Ubuntu. Sound through the headphone jack works only in Windows.The sound card is a IDT 92HD75B3X5.This is a fresh 9.10 install, save for the changes mentioned below.I've attempted to use the gnome-alsa fix that's mentioned in a few threads, but I don't have a "Headphone" tab to "un-mute".I've attempted to recompile the driver as mentioned in this thread
I just installed the ubuntu 10.10 on my ideapad z460 everything is working fine except headphone. I can here sound in built in speakers but not in headphone. Also I observed that there is no headphone icon in sound preferences. I installed the latest alsa drivers.
I have Ubuntu 10.10 running on a laptop.When I connect the laptop to an external amp and speakers I can play ogg/mp3 files and hear system audio.When I just Jack (midi keyboard plugged in) I get the sound via the laptop speakers but when I try connecting to the amp as described above I don't get any sound.
I have tried every forum that exists, but I have been sadly frustrated in setting up this netbook's headphone jack and internal microphone to work. Basically the speakers work fine, but as soon as I plug in headphones nothing happens, then I unplug the headphones and the speakers work fine. I tried adding the following two lines to the /etc/modprob.d/alsa-base.conf options snd-hda-intel position_fix=1 model=3stack options snd-hda-intel model=dell-vostro enable=1 index=0 one of the other forums told me to do this, but no luck.Also I tried this too: [URL]...
My only glitch with Ubuntu, which runs flawlessly on this beast, otherwise.I have spent more than 50 hours on this problem. In my case, inserting headphone jack doesn't mute internal speakers. There is sound in the headphone though.alsamixer ot gnome-alsamixer doesn't even show the headphone option. So I cannot change their values.I have tried model= various options, with no avail.I have uploaded my information to alsa projct and the link is: http://www.alsa-project.org/db/?f=18...788fc1458ff422
I have an imac and i recently decided to dual boot Ubuntu as well. The sound is fine on the mac partition but the internal speakers dont work on the Ubuntu side. headphones do work but the volume is oddly low Nothing is muted on alsamixer, and I think i have the right driver for my sound card
on my dell studio laptop that has two headphone jacks and is running Ubuntu 10.10 r.c. and has been running 10.10 since beta is having one of the headphone jacks not send sound to my headphone. how can i find out if its Ubuntu and then fix it or if its a hardware problem?
I have a Toshiba Satellite L655, workin with Maverick. Sound comes out of my main speakers that are on my laptop, but when I try to plug in my Bose headphones or my Logitech speakers, they don't want to work period. The headphone jack works I know for a fact because it works in Windows.
When I open up Kmix, it doesn't show my headphone port at all, it shows up "RV710/730 Digital Stereo (HDMI)" which is my TV's audio output and then my main laptops "Internal Audio Analog Stereo".
I don't really understand this. I had Ubuntu 10.10 and everything worked. Then my hard drive crashed and I replaced it and reinstalled Ubuntu 10.10. After the re-install, my headphone jack is no longer sensed. It works when I boot the computer with the jack already in, but if I take it out after the boot it doesn't work. Also, Vica-Versa. If I don't have it in, it won't work when I put it in until a reboot.
If I'm playing music through the internal laptop speakers and put the jack in the music will continue playing through the laptop speakers and not transfer.
I have recently purchased a Toshiba Satellite C655D-S5138 laptop running windows 7 (removed) and I have installed Linux Mint 10.10 gnome. I am having an issue with the headphone jack as it is not recognised by the system. I get sound from the internal speakers. I have run the Alsamixer v1.0.23 in terminal it looks like this[URL]
I have a Toshiba Satellite A135-S4656. Anyways my laptop plays sound just fine from the internal speakers but if I plug in my headphones Sound does not come through the headphones but rather continues through the internal speakers.
I believe my issue is that my computer is not detecting it because when i go to sound options it only shows internal audio under my hardware profile
I have a small problem with getting sound to come through my headphone jack with Fedora 13. I switched to Fedora 13 from uBuntu and I had the same problem on uBuntu. I fixed the problem, but I don't remember exactly how. I think it was something to do with editing the alsa audio conf file, but the file is named differently in Fedora. The sound works fine from the internal speakers, but when I plug in the headphones I get nothing. Anyways, I'm on an Asus EEE 1005HA using Fedora 13 32bit.