Ubuntu Multimedia :: No Sound From Logitech ClearChat Steroe Headset?

Sep 22, 2010

There are 2 jacks at the front of the computer, one for mic, the other for headphones. I plug them in, and I can't hear any sound. Have checked all sorts of documents and settings for pulseaudio and ALSA. If I play a sound file, the Pulseaudio meters are showing that there is sound, but I cannot hear anything. Have checked the obvious, nothing is on mute. Here are the results of some commands ..

~$ sudo aplay -l
**** List of PLAYBACK Hardware Devices ****
card 0: Intel [HDA Intel], device 0: ALC880 Analog [ALC880 Analog]
Subdevices: 0/1


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Ubuntu Multimedia :: 10.04 - Logitech USB Headset Low Sound

May 2, 2010

I just upgraded to ubuntu 10.04 and everything is ok except my USB Logitech Headset. The problem is that volume of the device is very low and I can't hear the music or any sound like I use to heard. Even if I increase the volume up to 100%, I still hearing the sound with a very low volume. But if I use the analog output of my sound card I can hear very well. I remember that i used to have this problem in ubuntu 9.10 but I fixed with a script that I found it in this forum, but I can't find it again.

:~$ lsusb
Bus 007 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
Bus 006 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
Bus 005 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
Bus 004 Device 002: ID 046d:0a01 Logitech, Inc. USB Headset
Bus 004 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
Bus 003 Device 002: ID 15ca:00c3 Textech International Ltd. Mini Optical Mouse
Bus 003 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
Bus 001 Device 004: ID 04fc:0c25 Sunplus Technology Co., Ltd SATALink SPIF225A
Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: No Sound In Logitech USB Headset?

Mar 18, 2010

My desktop PC has an onboard high definition audio Realtek chipset and a plugged-in Logitech USB headset which I currently set it as default audio device. Am using openSUSE 11.2 X86_64-KDE4. Audio mixer is not muted but I cannot hear from the headset, although I can hear sounds if I run Windows 7 or Ubuntu 9.10.

1) /usr/sbin/alsa-info.sh gives the following URL:


2) rpm -qa *alsa* gives:



Since I have already gone through all troubleshooting steps in SDB:AudioTroubleshooting - openSUSE, and there's still no sound

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: ClearChat Comfort Logitech USB Not Wireless?

Aug 12, 2010

i bought this headset clearchat comfort but logitech USB but its not wireless. i used it and it worked completely fine for like 3 days the mic worked the sound was going through the headset now ive plugged it in today and the mic still works and all but the sound doesnt go through the headset anymore it just goes through the normal speakers and its very annoying that i can't listen to music or play my game because my parents don't like the sound and now i can't do anything. so just a recap headset worked first 3 days and the sound went through headset and now the mic still works but now no sound through the headset just the normal speakers

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May 21, 2010

It was working just fine with 9.10. After upgrading to I' m getting a very low output, almost inaudible.

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May 12, 2010

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OpenSUSE Hardware :: Logitec ClearChat Stereo Headset Mic Not Working

Dec 29, 2009

I just bought a ClearChat Stereo and trying to use it on Skype but no luck. Sound is working fine but not the microphone. I just can't get the microphone to work even without the headset. Everything in Kmix is turned up to max and nothing is muted.

I deleted Pulse Audia and am using ALSA because I thought that that was the problem but that still doesn't help. I have an ASUS Notebook but my brother is having the same problem with with an older Thinkpad. Using KDE 4.3 on openSuse 11.2. I have tried all the devices within Skype (microphone) but none of them works.

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Sep 1, 2011

I am using a MSI GX630 Laptop with Xubuntu 11.04 installed. I am attempting to use a logitech H230 headset (here) which works fine on other computers running windows but is now not working in Xubuntu.

when plugged in, the headphone work, but skype does not record any sound from the microphone.

I am happy to provide any additional information I can, hopefully someone can help me.

I am studying abroad in Sweden and need my microphone working to speak with my family in the states. I also have an internal microphone which is does not seem to be working (thread here)

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Apr 30, 2010

Before you think, someone posted on this already, give me a chance. I've looked that other guys who posted with this type of headphones last year and earlier this year. By upgrading to the new Kernel, fixed it automatically. The thing is, none of them mentioned if mic worked. I want to purchase it but don't want waste my money. (fairly expensive where I am)

Any input before I buy let me know. I really prefer USB now as I always lose my headphones to do the cable going bad all the time. USB tends to be more sturdier IMHO. Of course I could be wrong Just check my signature for my laptop to know the specs.

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Dec 25, 2009

I am currently using openSUSE 11.2, and I just got a Logitech Clearchat Pro USB headset for Christmas. Like the average Linux n00b, I just plugged it in and hoped it would work like normal. Well, at first it did work, but the volume was very quiet. The headset also controlled the system's volume controls (pressing up/down on the right headset would raise/lower the volume on the system itself, not the headset). So I went to YasT2. Added the headset as a second sound card. Configured the volume.

However, I noticed now the volume icon on the System Tray has completely disappeared. Pressing up/down on my keyboard's vol. controls no longer works, nor my laptop's built-in volume dial. Did I completely destroy any chance of changing the volume from outside of YasT2? I set it to "auto config" the Logitech headset, I thought it was safe since it recognized it as the right 'set. Someone, please help me. I'm sure you all know how much of a hassle it is to open YasT2, type in the root password, and configure your sound card just to change the volume.

I just held down the volume up again on the headset, and all of a sudden my cursor just started shaking like an earthquake passed by, and I could see the blue highlight around the form flicker.

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Jun 21, 2010

I am using a USB headset and a logitech QuickCam Pro 4000 with Ubuntu 10.04

1. When I change the sound to internal sound the webcam works in Skype but I have not sound.
2. When I change the sound to the USB headset (sound output) the webcam does not work in Skype.

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Jan 8, 2011

When I plugged my Logitech Headset into this computer, it wouldn't produce any sound. Checked /etc/asound, /proc/asound/cards, etc. The headset would turn up as a USB identifier instead as of "headset". That made me check /var/log/syslog first:


Then I took a new one from the package, (I prevent disaster and bought 3 of them) plugged it in and it worked as well. Conclusion: hardware defect. It is unlikely, but you should not exclude the possibility. BTW lousy quality, only 6 months old, and Logitech is supposed to be one of the better brands. Unfortunately postage for warranty return will be more expensive than replacing.

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Mar 15, 2010

I have successfully paired my Jabra Headset (Ubuntu Intrepid 64 bits) but no sound comes through the headset.

btsco -v -f -r -s 00:07:A4:07:3A:BB
btsco v0.42


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Mar 14, 2011

I have a new install of 10.10 on a Toshiba Satellite with a dual boot of win7. I installed 10.10 and on the first night I swore the headphone jack sent sound to my external speakers (may of been plugged in during install). Then the next day I couldn't get any sound out of the jack. Sound kept coming out of my internal speakers. In win7 the jack worked normally. In Ubuntu I have checked sound preferences and my alsa mixer. There is no listing for a headphone jack (so it is not muted).


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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Dell Inspiron N5030 Headset Sound Not Working?

Oct 17, 2010

Just got a Dell Inspiron N5030. Internal speaker works. I can make a skype test service with internal speaker device. When I plugged the head phone, the head phone does not work. No problem with the head phone indeed. I have searched the forum for N5030 key word. But never able to find one.

I am using Ubuntu 10.04 LTS

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Feb 10, 2011

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Logitech Z-5 USB Not Even Listed In The Sound Menu?

Apr 10, 2011

After cheering the Ubuntu Developers team on the great work they did with hardware recognition, I was suddenly stunned by the silence from my USB speakers this afternoon. Although previously correctly recognized and fully functional, after installing several non- audio updates, the sound from my USB speakers ceased.Moreover, this pair of Logitech Z-5 USB speakers aren't even listed on the Sound menu (System > Preferences > Sound) although lsusb lists them correctly. I have an embedded sound adapter to which no speakers are connected. My PC runs on Ubuntu 10.04. What should I do to get the sound through my USB speakers?

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Mar 24, 2010

I have an acer aspire netbook with intel graphics. To get the graphics fully working I had to execute the script from the following page: [URL]...That broke the audio. So, I bought a cheap USB soundcard. I plugged it in, it was recognized and worked immediately. But the sound quality was horrible. Next, I bought some reasonably expensive Logitech USB headphones. They also immediately worked. The sound quality is a bit better, but still bad. One weird thing is that the audio quality improves with increasing CPU usage.What is also interesting is that the sound quality is perfect with bluetooth headphones. So the jitter really seems to be associated with snd_usb_audio somehow. But I have no idea what to do about.

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Feb 22, 2010

I have on-board sound on a EVGA nForce 750i FTW edition motherboard, not sure if you need the board type, but I'm not getting any sound out of my headset which is a Razer Barracuda 5.1 surround sound. link me to a very basic tutorial video/text document for Ubuntu Linux.

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Feb 3, 2011

I have a USB headset and coudn't get any sound. I had googled all around and had it working after setting the asound.conf file, but the following day when the system restarts it stoped bring sound. I have installing different packages (puse audio, padevchooser, pavucontrol, and asoundconf-gtk). The output of lsusb is the following:


what must i do. There is no sound in VLC or on firefox. I have already flash installed. I spent two days figuring out what I can do.

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Ubuntu :: [9.10] No Output Sound From USB Headset?

Mar 26, 2010

I have Ubuntu 9.10, and am trying to get my headset to work with it. It's a USB headset, not a bluetooth headset. Anyway, the input is working. I switched my input from my internal mic to my USB one in my sound settings, and that fixed that. However, even if I set my output device to the USB, it still doesn't work. Does anyone have any advice? It works on Windows.

The headset is: Planet UP-100, Genius G-Talk
Here's lsusb: Code: Bus 003 Device 002: ID 046d:c517 Logitech, Inc. LX710 Cordless Desktop Laser


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Ubuntu :: Record Using Sound Recorder With USB Headset?

Jan 20, 2010

I'm attempting to record using Sound Recorder with my USB headset and i'm not being picked up. It's not the mic because I can use it while playing playstation.

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Apr 21, 2010

I've got some sort of problem with my sound configurations (I think). There's this crackling/disturbance (with an ocational beeping sound) coming from my headset whenever I insert a headset or speaker. Turning the sound off doesn't make it stop either.I'm running Ubuntu 9.10 on a Acer Veriton 3600GT (some years old). Please note that I'm not all that familiar with Linux yet...Typing aplay -l in Terminal returned the following:

**** List of PLAYBACK Hardware Devices ****
card 0: ICH5 [Intel ICH5], device 0: Intel ICH [Intel ICH5]
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Aug 16, 2010

Since I upgraded to 10.04 (from 9.10) I've been running into trouble with my wireless headset. Ever since the upgrade, I've had issues with the audio being very choppy (it sounds kind of like static) through the headset while listening to anything from an mp3 to a ..... video.

The two things I've noticed about it are that it is ONLY when using the headset, and the audio is fine running through the built in speakers. The other thing is that it only seems to happen when there is something going on on screen (for example, with a ..... video, scrolling up and down a page makes it much worse, as does having the video embedded in another page, while minimizing the page eliminates problem; or while listening to music, while the visualizer is running, it has problems, but when I get rid of it, it's fine.)

I have a somewhat old Dell Inspiron 6400 with 2 GB ram and 2 Intel core 2 T7400s, each at 2.16 GHz if that helps. I'm not sure how to check what sound card I have (still fairly new to linux).

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Debian :: No Sound For Jack-plugged Headset Or Speakers After Resuming From Suspend

Sep 4, 2015

When I suspend my computer, everything resumes fine... but the sound. The sound actually still works for the internal speakers, but not anymore for any jack-plugged headset or speakers. If I reboot, it works again. I also see nothing in the logs (dmesg, /var/log/messages).

These two commands return the same thing before and after resuming:

Code: Select allwoowoo:~$ cat /proc/asound/cards
 0 [HDMI           ]: HDA-Intel - HDA Intel HDMI
                      HDA Intel HDMI at 0xf7a14000 irq 34
 1 [PCH            ]: HDA-Intel - HDA Intel PCH
                      HDA Intel PCH at 0xf7a10000 irq 33


I also tried

Code: Select allsudo alsa force-reload

As it was recommended a lot when I googled it, but it seems that the alsa bin/script is not available on debian. It tells me repeatedly to install alsa-base, which was already installed. The following commands have been run one after the other, in that order:

Code: Select allroot:~# alsa force-reload

The program 'alsa' is currently not installed.  You can install it by typing:

apt-get install alsa-base
alsa: command not found
Code: Select allroot:~# sudo apt-get install alsa-base
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree       
Reading state information... Done
alsa-base is already the newest version.

[Code] ....

How to prevent me from rebooting each time I need sound after suspending my computer?

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Oct 29, 2010

When I started using Slackware I've been using USB headset. Everything ran perfectly fine. They got recognized, I could use all of it's functions and so on. Unfortunately volume control on them stopped working so I had to service them, and like in every third world country, yay I need to wait minimum three weeks just so they can press a button and say "Yup, they don't work".

I bought normal headset to use them while other one is getting fixed, and didn't expect any problems with them considering they are "old" technology, normal audio input and output.

Now problem is following, sound works fine but microphone doesn't. Once I managed to "fix" it by switching audio input from mic to something else and then back to mic, now even that doesn't work. Another... "problem" is if I leave my USB webcam plugged in while booting computer, there is no sound at all, ether on line ones or USB ones but I can easily solve that problem by unplugging webcam, rebooting and plugging it back in later.

Now everything ran fine until my computer shutdown while I was sleeping. Don't know why, but it started happening recently, don't see anything smart in logs so I assume its... something, read it could be cache, HDD, temperature and so on but since logs don't write down anything smart... will deal with it some other time.

When I talk I can actually hear myself on the headset, which probably means that they work. If I put mic boost all the way up, I can hear myself perfectly clear, but somehow... seems that that information just doesn't get to Slackware, well it gets somewhat considering that it reacts to me adjusting mic boost on KMix, but everything else... no.

Arecord doesn't record anything, TS register as microphone isn't plugged in at all, skype doesn't get any input ether.


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May 20, 2010

If this sounds like a repost, that's because it is. I'm reposting because the problem is still here, nothing has changed. It's been well over a year now since I bought this damn webcam (thinking it would work because I got indications that it was known to be Linux compatible) and I'm still no closer to any sort of solution.

I can start Cheese, press record, and get a perfectly functional video. But despite my webcam having a microphone and despite ALSA detecting it (refer to old topic) I get no sound. Just complete silence. I can't even confirm whether this is a hardware or software problem because I don't know any way to test it because no one even seems to want to look at the problem! I actually want to make some videos now, but I can't because of this problem. Edit: I just tried this with our second, less powerful PC running Ubuntu Karmic. It worked. I got sound out of the webcam. That's confirmation to me that this is a problem with Debian and not with the webcam. So why does it produce sound on another PC using Ubuntu Karmic and GNOME, but not on this PC using Debian testing/unstable with KDE?

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Mar 4, 2010

I gotta say that Ubuntu 9.10 is a fantastic OS. I've been dual booting for about 4 years with Ubuntu and I want to scream to the world that Linux is finally a better OS than Mac or Windows. Having said that, I have an issue that I can't get around...

For some reason my USB headset is not being detected. I'm using the 32 bit version of Ubuntu 9.10 on a run-of-the-mill Intel-based desktop rig that I built myself. One of the mass-market programs that I still use is Skype so I can voice chat with friends and family - however, since the upgrade to 9.10 I can't get the mic to work (Plantronics USB headset - headset speakers work fine). The reason I can't get it to work is because the headset is not detected. The audio setting is set to "Analog Stereo Output" by default which does work perfectly in every other way.

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Nov 29, 2010

So I'm trying to get my usb headset to work. Right now I can adjust the volume and mute using the buttons on the headset, but I can't get sound toplay through it or the microphone to work.When I go to System --> Preferences --> Sound I can see that there is a driver "USB PnP Sound Device" under the "Hardware" tab. When I go to the output tab and click on the "USB PnP Sound Device" then I just can't hear anything at all. I can adjust the volume with my headset regardless of whether I have "Internal Audio Analog Stereo" or "USB PnP Sound Device

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Aug 16, 2010

http://forums.logitechio.com/t5/2-1-2-0 ... d-p/216711
https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php ... 48#p374748

This may be a bit late for the OP, but I thought to post here, as this thread seems to surface when googling for Audiohub problems. I had this roughly 10-20 Hz ticking/popping constant noise as well, and it seems to be related to the fact that the speakers are connected through a USB hub, not directly.

After experimenting a bit with the kernel USB configuration, the noise went away when I unselected
USB_EHCI_ROOT_HUB_TT and USB_EHCI_TT_NEWSCHED at "Device drivers - USB support - EHCI HCD". I think it is the latter option that made the difference. This was on kernel Although marked experimental, both seem to be selected on Arch kernel26. On older kernels (2.6.20-2.6.24) you may have to select USB_EHCI_SPLIT_ISO, but there I am just guessing.

The hardware volume knob still does nothing (I don't think there is a hardware mixer, probably it just tries to communicate the volume changing request to the computer). Does anyone have idea how to make this work, it's kind of sad to have one and not be able to use it?

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