[pulseaudio-discuss] permanent microphone boost
groknok at yahoo.ie
Wed May 5 11:00:31 PDT 2010
I am completely ignorant about audio stacks, so I don't know if mic boost belongs in Alsa or PA. However as far as I know the only audio GUI that comes in the default installation for some distros is PulseAudio's. So from a usability point of view it would be nice to have a tick box for mic boost there. Such a tick box is for example available in Windows.
So I am happy that I found how to solve my problem with the help of the forum, but other people are probably not so lucky!
----- Original Message ----
From: Colin Guthrie <gmane at colin.guthr.ie>
To: pulseaudio-discuss at mail.0pointer.de
Sent: Wed, 5 May, 2010 8:29:39
Subject: Re: [pulseaudio-discuss] permanent microphone boost
'Twas brillig, and Piscium at 04/05/10 22:25 did gyre and gimble:
> I spent a bit of time on this issue, the ephemeral mic boost. I found
> out a way to consistently reproduce it: by rebooting.
> In other words, if I enable mic boost with the Alsa mixer and reboot,
> the tick box is not checked anymore after booting. And this is true
> using both the gnome-alsamixer, as well as alsamixer, that comes in
> the Fedora alsa-utils package.
> So the question remains, does anybody know if there any way to enable
> mic boost "permanently" in PulseAudio, or at least so that it
> survives a reboot?
I think I gave a detailed analysis in my last mail no?
The problem is that the option is not exposed through the PA layer to
the port selector.
Quite why that is I don't know but the solution is to get that fixed.
Hopefully, someone familiar with that bit of code can comment soon.
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