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Offline Mte90

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I am facing this problem since few weeks and create issue to me on use the microphone.Let's start with the example:
  • VLC or other player running
  • turn on audacity or a website to record microphone
  • the microphone recording include the output with a low volume of everything
This happen also if I am unplug the audio speaker of the computer.This block me on use the microphone because the audio is also very low also if it is high in alsamizer or pavucontrol.
I tried with a purge of pulseaudio but I have no idea why is happening, maybe there I can find people with few ideas about what check.

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Another strange behavious is that using chromium the volume change automatically in a low way.Maybe this is chromium but this creates a lot of problems because people cannot listen me pretty well.
If someone need some specific settings like for pulseaudio let me know.

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It is a problem of the motherboard -.-'I am invetigating to understand what is the problem

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@Mte90

Please don't report these kind of posts to a moderator (first post in this thread) , If you clicked on it by accident, that's ok, kindly post back (or this post) that it was an accident. :)

I shouldn't be getting red flags in my inbox about normal forum posts :P

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