Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 506403
No more sount at 50% volume (Nvidia CK804)
Last modified: 2010-06-28 09:05:16 EDT
Description of problem:
i just migrated to FC11 and i now got some strange problems with sound levels.
When i use the control volume applet or multimedia keys, i can change the volume but when i reach about 50% of the maximum level there's no more sound.
I've opened the alsamixer to check and when the PA volume is at about 50% i can see that the master volume of alsa is at 0% !
Moreover i can see that if i change the volume with applet or keys that not only the PA volume is affecter but also the alsa master volume. Decreasing or increasing the PA volume wtih applet or keys also change the alsa master volume but on different scale
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Change sound level with either the applet or the multimedia keys
Steps to Reproduce:
1.changing volume works
2.lowering PA volume to 50% and there's no more sound
3.open alsamixer to see that applet both control PA volume and alsa master volume at the same time but in different ways
No more sound at 50% PA volume
PA volume and Master alsa volume change when applet is used
have 50% volume level at PA volume set at 50%
have the applet and multimedia keys to only control PA volume leaving alsa master unchanged
similar bugs foud :
Hmm, that means that the dB information for the lowest volume setting is incorrect on your driver. Reassigning to the kernel.
Please include the output of "alsa-info.sh --no-upload" here.
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