Description of problem:
Fully patched F13. Same hardware (ASUS mobo) ran sound just fine on F11, F12.
Via Rhythmbox, with panel volume control icon nailed at 100%, varying Rhythmbox volume control from 0 to about 12% causes a commensurate and logically linear increase in volume.
From 12% to 14% there is a noticeable large increase in volume - practically a doubling.
Then at 16% there is another step function increase in volume (very loud) and through 100% there is no longer any increase.
At about 14% there is a step function and another at 16% that produces a plateau that equates the remaining percentages to 100%. From 16% to 100% there is no increase in volume.
To recap 0-12% normal. 12-14% large increase in volume. 14-16% another large increase in volume. 16%-100% no increase in volume.
Very annoying. Does not allow for any fine control of volume. This worked just fine under F12.
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Does the same thing every day. Never varies.
Steps to Reproduce:
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