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See this document for currently supported Ubuntu releases: To post a comment you must log in. You could try updating your alsa drivers, as outlined here: See full activity log. It works fine with this setting. Skip to content This post describes how to wire up an analogue speaker connection mini-jack to your Cubox through an external USB sound card, and control play back of your music collection through client software on another networked device. It plays sound just fine but volume adjustment is calibrated incorrectly.

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I have installed Debian Squeeze 6. This setup sort of helped thank you I had to change it 1 instead of 0 and make a script for start up. One click below in the horizontal volume slider is too low to hear, and one click above would make Spinal Tap envious.

Here you can add: Connect to your MPD server and start playback! Confirm, the same on You can refer this post for more info on this. The solution below is taken from the same post, and requires you to compile and reinstall libmad: Now proceed setting volume using alsamixer to get it confirmed that it works.

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Good to see that everything went fine. Not sure alsa would like this patch, it does mess up alsamixer even more.

Please report back as to whether the update helped. I noticed the following at end of file.

Bug # “Volume adjustment is extreme” : Bugs : pulseaudio package : Ubuntu

Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on Debian Squeeze does not come with alsaconf utility to detect and install the necessary modules. Unfortunately, USB audio devices under Linux are often a pain, because manufacturers don’t follow specs properly, so volume information is incorrectly reported. This post describes how to wire up an analogue speaker connection mini-jack to your Cubox through an external USB sound card, and control play back of your music collection through client software on another networked device.

It is mostly all necessary ALSA packages. Ubuntu Foundations Team Bug Bot crichton wrote on In my case it loads all modules and also there is no error message while starting ALSA at startup.

I am indeed working on a system with no default sound onboard and my USB sound dongle needed to be set 0000e primary to function with ALSA.

Luke Yelavich themuso wrote on If updating drivers doesn’t help, then we need to take steps to try and fix the driver in Linux to allow correct volume adjustment.

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I just caught the culprit.

How to get C-Media USB Sound adapter 0d8c:000c working as primary sound card in Debian Linux?

You could try updating your alsa drivers, as outlined here: Wonderful, fantastic, problem solved. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else.

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It plays sound just 0d8x but volume adjustment is calibrated incorrectly. Skip to content This post describes how to wire up an analogue speaker connection mini-jack to your Cubox through an external USB sound card, and control play back of your music collection through client software on another networked device. Appreciate very much your post of your findings!

Setting up Media Player Daemon with a USB sound card and analogue speaker on the Cubox

The ubuntu-reviewers team has been subscribed to the bug report so that they can review the patch. This bug affects 8 people. Volume adjustment is extreme.