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Getting logitech headset work

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Re: Getting logitech headset work

#11 Postby GoManutd » Fri Dec 23, 2011 4:24 pm

slider for the mic volume is set essentially for mute

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Re: Getting logitech headset work

#12 Postby JBoman » Fri Dec 23, 2011 5:42 pm

kafffka wrote:Attached I'm sending the snapshot of my kmix. In my opinion the problem isn't about the settings in kmix or Phonon. The problem is once you have made proper settings in Phonon, once you have tested your new settings on Phonon and you could listen to testing voice on your headset, these settings don't affect the whole system. When you listen to youtube or you use any other application with sound, the sound is beeing reproduced via internal speaker. I'm experiencing exactly the same problem with HDMI audio output. The Phonon and kmix setting don't affect the whole system either. If it is not a bug, some advanced modifications in configuration files are required. The only way for using my Logitech headset and HDMI audio output is using VLC player which is having internal settings for audio output device.

Have you tried moving the mic slider up that shows down in your snapshot and/or the capture slider shown and/or the capture slider button. :needcoffee:
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Re: Getting logitech headset work

#13 Postby brian2kathleen » Fri Dec 23, 2011 5:44 pm

Sorry; I didn't see the responses after the snapshot. But the problem nonetheless remains.

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