You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Have you tried pressing F6 in alsamixer? In lsusb it’s Bus Device First snag in this help is that ls usb didn’t work but here is my dmesg output: I can turn that control up to maximum — actually it’s the same control as the one in the GNOME dialog — and it’s still far far too quiet I’m afraid. I have the same microphone and it’s now working fine.
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Logitech USB Desktop Microphone under Linux
You need to press it to turn it on. The part that’s fuzzy in this help is this part: I can turn that control up to maximum — actually it’s the same control as the one in the GNOME dialog — and it’s still far far too quiet I’m afraid.
I found a article by a gentoo user maybe someone can vectorize this. First snag in this help is that ls usb didn’t work but here is my dmesg output: I rebooted with it connected and enabled! IainLane – anything in this blog about using audacity that works for you? No reaction from asound. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. Ensure that devices are not muted. However, make sure you turn the gain all the way to the maximum for optimal sound quality. No pinux in Skype.
USB drive not working properly, read only device?
Having a problem logging in? I have compiled it into my kernel as a module, but i always get this error on start up and when i try to load it manually, i am using kernel version 2.
Should have been very easy, but I hit a small nail. To create code blocks or other preformatted text, indent by four spaces: USB Audio Class driver As you can see here there are no problems in hardware detection here and I do have the usb audio driver so in theory ka5370 usb mic should work if configured properly. I not sure where, how, or what config file I am supposed to edit to tell Linux to use the USB Mic instead of the Mic port on the soundcard.
Then I looked down, pressed the button, and smashed my head into my desk. Skip to content My home page Am5370 papers My software.
Linnux, this mic is my first! I do have a standard Mic that works but I have an HP and well parts fall or break because of use. Selected USB mic as capture device. Bottom-line is that from what information I have gathered on the internet that my usb mic won’t work unless the capture device is change from the soundcard to the usb mic.
Logitech USB Desktop Microphone under Linux – Daniel Lemire’s blog
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Linux will continue to use the Mic connection on the soundcard until someone tells it to use the usb mic.