Description of problem:
I and my father (who are both using the same model headset - Logitech Premium USB Headset 350) are both having the exact problem described at
It depends on the specific model of USB headset - we were previously using a non-Logitech USB headset until a few days ago, and this problem didn't exist. It started immediately when using the new headset (and my old headset still works, so I can go back and forth to verify).
I know almost nothing about how sound works in Linux, so you'll have to patiently walk me through providing whatever info is needed.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot up with the 350 headset plugged in.
2. Try to use either Twinkle or Skype.
Output volume is too low. Must run alsamixer and push the output volume on the headset all the way up. It then works normally until the next reboot when this must be repeated.
Alsamixer setting should stick.
Use gnome-volume-control to pull up the volume and it should be remembered.
Should have explicitly mentioned that none of the controls in either pavucontrol or gnome-volume-control suffice to bring the volume up to an adequate level.
(Continued) at least with the alsamixer setting all the way down. After pushing it all the way up, I can easily adjust the volume to a normal level with pavucontrol and gnome-volume-control.
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