[pulseaudio-discuss] Realtek ALC892 being overdriven to 153 % volume
gmane at colin.guthr.ie
Mon Jun 20 01:29:41 PDT 2011
'Twas brillig, and Julian Sikorski at 19/06/11 20:41 did gyre and gimble:
> W dniu 19.06.2011 20:13, Julian Sikorski pisze:
>> W dniu 2011-06-19 18:15, Colin Guthrie pisze:
>>> 'Twas brillig, and Julian Sikorski at 19/06/11 09:20 did gyre and gimble:
>>>> again, this is on a Clevo P150HM laptop. When I use Fn-F5/F6 keys in
>>>> Gnome, it is possible to get the volume up to 153 %, which sometimes
>>>> leads to sound distortion. Is this the intended behaviour?
>>> PA recommends UIs allow volumes to be overdriven to +11dB which is 153%.
>>> That said, I wouldn't personally recommend that the volume keys on a
>>> laptop allow volumes to go up that high... I'd say they should be stuck
>>> to PA_VOLUME_NORM aka 100%
>>> Which version of gnome is this? In my 2.x it's limited to 100% with the
>>> keys even if the UIs can go up to 153%
>> This is on gnome 3.0 running gnome-shell, I can test the fallback mode
>> (gnome-panel + metacity) later
> Gnome 3 in fallback mode still goes up to 153 %, while KDE wants to
> regulate my nvidia hdmi output for some reason.
That's just whatever kmix has selected as it's "master". You can
configure this inside kmix.
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