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Old 02-10-2006, 09:34 AM   #1
zeratul_mdq
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USB headphones & xmms


Hi everybody. My first post here. Well, I've this problem: I bought this headphones today "Euro Case Euhp 07" (I can't post the URL). These headphones have a USB connector; so I pluged them and they started to work (nice surprise, I thought I was going to configure a lot). Well, the problem is that they sound at max all the time. I run alsamixer in a console, and I set the volume at 4 (4 out of 100) and its the only way I can put the headphones near my ears. If I set it to 7 its just imposible to keep them near. I've been reading lots of theads here, but nobody has my problem (I didn't find any). If I use XMMS, when I modify the volume bar, nothing happens. NO AUTUN & RHYTHBOX let me modify the volume, and they work great. How can I configure XMMS for this??

Thanks for your help, and I'm sorry if my english is not that good.

Bye!
 
Old 02-10-2006, 02:34 PM   #2
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You could try changing the mixer device in the XMMS output plugin settings.
 
Old 02-10-2006, 03:22 PM   #3
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Thanks

You were right. I changed a few thing where you said to, and now I can control the sound volume.

I also used this thread as guide "questions/showthread.php?t=376920" (I repeat, I can't post URL, so add linuxquestions )

If someone use this some day, remember to choose the option wich says "software volume control".

Thanks and bye!
 
  


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