[Bug 1876267] Re: Audio settings strange behaviour with ASUS STXII sound card

2020-07-02 Thread Sebastien Bacher
Could you maybe report the slider balance issue upstream on
https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome-control-center/-/issues ?

** Summary changed:

- Audio settings strange behaviour with ASUS STXII sound card
+ Changing sound left/right balance impacts on front/back

** Changed in: gnome-control-center (Ubuntu)
   Importance: Undecided => Low

** Changed in: pulseaudio (Ubuntu)
   Importance: Undecided => Low

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[Bug 1876267] Re: Audio settings strange behaviour with ASUS STXII sound card

2020-07-02 Thread Sebastien Bacher
Thanks for testing, the profile selection issue is being discussed in
bug #1885673 already, I'm going to repurpose this report for the slide
problem then (and please next time open a report by issue, otherwise
it's making difficult to proper follow up on the changes)

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[Bug 1876267] Re: Audio settings strange behaviour with ASUS STXII sound card

2020-07-01 Thread Hui Wang
Oh, that is really good, I thought it will not fix the 1st issue in the
bug description.

About the 2nd issue in the bug description, we have not met this issue
before and have no idea on it yet.

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[Bug 1876267] Re: Audio settings strange behaviour with ASUS STXII sound card

2020-07-01 Thread Mathias
Hi Hui, Thanks!
The fix resolve the problem with the mode selector. Now I can switch between 
stereo and 5.1 without falling back to the default audio device. The problem 
with the sliders is still there... BR, Mathias

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[Bug 1876267] Re: Audio settings strange behaviour with ASUS STXII sound card

2020-07-01 Thread Hui Wang
Looks like that g-c-c fix couldn't work on this bug.

@Mathias,

Could you please test the g-c-c with that fix, it is in the:
https://launchpad.net/~hui.wang/+archive/ubuntu/switch-audio  gnome-
control-center 1:3.36.2-0ubuntu1++testswitch

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[Bug 1876267] Re: Audio settings strange behaviour with ASUS STXII sound card

2020-07-01 Thread Sebastien Bacher
@Hui, could you check if the issue there would be addressed by the
recent g-c-c fixes you proposed?

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[Bug 1876267] Re: Audio settings strange behaviour with ASUS STXII sound card

2020-06-30 Thread Daniel van Vugt
** Changed in: gnome-control-center (Ubuntu)
   Status: Expired => New

** Changed in: pulseaudio (Ubuntu)
   Status: Expired => New

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[Bug 1876267] Re: Audio settings strange behaviour with ASUS STXII sound card

2020-06-30 Thread Launchpad Bug Tracker
[Expired for pulseaudio (Ubuntu) because there has been no activity for
60 days.]

** Changed in: pulseaudio (Ubuntu)
   Status: Incomplete => Expired

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[Bug 1876267] Re: Audio settings strange behaviour with ASUS STXII sound card

2020-06-30 Thread Launchpad Bug Tracker
[Expired for gnome-control-center (Ubuntu) because there has been no
activity for 60 days.]

** Changed in: gnome-control-center (Ubuntu)
   Status: Incomplete => Expired

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[Bug 1876267] Re: Audio settings strange behaviour with ASUS STXII sound card

2020-05-01 Thread Mathias
apport information

** Description changed:

  What happens:
  
  If an Asus STXII 7.1 sound card is installed and another output device
  is present, there is a strange behavior in the Gnome audio settings.
  
  After the first start of Ubuntu the Asus soundcard is not the default
  device. This can be selected in the Gnome settings. If a different
  speaker configuration is selected now. E.g. stereo instead of 5.1 or
  vice versa, the selection jumps from the Asus output device back to the
  original output device. The Asus sound card can then be selected again
  and the corresponding speaker configuration will fit now.
  
  If 5.1 is selected as the mode, there is a second problem.
  Moving the balance slider (left / right) moves the slider (front / back) 
slightly as well.
+ The slider for lfe is grayed out, even when I enable the lfe remixing in 
/etc/pulse/daemon.conf
+ In the speaker test, all 5.1 channels work fine, including the lfe.
  
  For better illustration I made a screen video. (see attachment)
  
  This is probably a general bug in Gnome - it has been occurring since
  Ubuntu 18.x and affects all distros that use Gnome since then.
  Unfortunately I was not able to make a report in Gnome, because the
  registration on the Gnome site does not work anymore... Maybe you have a
  good contact to the Gnome team?
  
  Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Release 20.04)
  Package: gnome-control-center (1:3.36.1-1ubuntu5)
  
- 
  Expected behavior:
  It should be possible to select the sound card and the setting should be 
retained even if the speaker configuration is changed. Furthermore, the balance 
sliders should not influence each other.
- 
+ Lfe slider should work.
  
  BR,
  Mathias

** Description changed:

  What happens:
  
  If an Asus STXII 7.1 sound card is installed and another output device
  is present, there is a strange behavior in the Gnome audio settings.
  
  After the first start of Ubuntu the Asus soundcard is not the default
  device. This can be selected in the Gnome settings. If a different
  speaker configuration is selected now. E.g. stereo instead of 5.1 or
  vice versa, the selection jumps from the Asus output device back to the
  original output device. The Asus sound card can then be selected again
  and the corresponding speaker configuration will fit now.
  
  If 5.1 is selected as the mode, there is a second problem.
  Moving the balance slider (left / right) moves the slider (front / back) 
slightly as well.
  The slider for lfe is grayed out, even when I enable the lfe remixing in 
/etc/pulse/daemon.conf
  In the speaker test, all 5.1 channels work fine, including the lfe.
  
  For better illustration I made a screen video. (see attachment)
  
  This is probably a general bug in Gnome - it has been occurring since
  Ubuntu 18.x and affects all distros that use Gnome since then.
  Unfortunately I was not able to make a report in Gnome, because the
  registration on the Gnome site does not work anymore... Maybe you have a
  good contact to the Gnome team?
  
  Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Release 20.04)
  Package: gnome-control-center (1:3.36.1-1ubuntu5)
  
  Expected behavior:
  It should be possible to select the sound card and the setting should be 
retained even if the speaker configuration is changed. Furthermore, the balance 
sliders should not influence each other.
- Lfe slider should work.
+ Lfe slider should work. (And in a perfect world this would also activate lfe 
remixing and gives the user a cross over frequency option, but this is just an 
idea :)
  
  BR,
  Mathias

** Tags added: apport-collected

** Description changed:

  What happens:
  
  If an Asus STXII 7.1 sound card is installed and another output device
  is present, there is a strange behavior in the Gnome audio settings.
  
  After the first start of Ubuntu the Asus soundcard is not the default
  device. This can be selected in the Gnome settings. If a different
  speaker configuration is selected now. E.g. stereo instead of 5.1 or
  vice versa, the selection jumps from the Asus output device back to the
  original output device. The Asus sound card can then be selected again
  and the corresponding speaker configuration will fit now.
  
  If 5.1 is selected as the mode, there is a second problem.
  Moving the balance slider (left / right) moves the slider (front / back) 
slightly as well.
  The slider for lfe is grayed out, even when I enable the lfe remixing in 
/etc/pulse/daemon.conf
  In the speaker test, all 5.1 channels work fine, including the lfe.
  
  For better illustration I made a screen video. (see attachment)
  
  This is probably a general bug in Gnome - it has been occurring since
  Ubuntu 18.x and affects all distros that use Gnome since then.
  Unfortunately I was not able to make a report in Gnome, because the
  registration on the Gnome site does not work anymore... Maybe you have a
  good contact to the Gnome team?
  
  Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Release 20.04)
  Package: gnome-control-center 

[Bug 1876267] Re: Audio settings strange behaviour with ASUS STXII sound card

2020-05-01 Thread Daniel van Vugt
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** Tags added: focal

** Package changed: mutter (Ubuntu) => pulseaudio (Ubuntu)

** Changed in: pulseaudio (Ubuntu)
   Status: New => Incomplete

** Also affects: gnome-control-center (Ubuntu)
   Importance: Undecided
   Status: New

** Changed in: gnome-control-center (Ubuntu)
   Status: New => Incomplete

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