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BuntuFirstTimer
August 19th, 2009, 08:58 AM
I have Ubuntu 9.04 (AMD64) and there is a problem with my sound system. I can't find a way to work out my Logitech S-150 USB Digital Speaker.

As for System > Preference > Sound, I can't get the HDA ATI ALC883 Digital (ALSA) to sound-test it and it gets.


Failed to construct test pipeline for 'gconfaudiosrc ! audioconvert ! audioresample ! gconfaudiosink profile=chat'

And as for the asoundconf list, I got


Names of available sound cards:
SB
default

Is there a way to make the sound work?

erikthedrink
September 8th, 2009, 09:19 AM
I've got logitech usb speakers too. In Xubuntu, go to Applications, then Accessories, then Terminal. In Terminal, type

asoundconf set-default-card 1

Then close and re-open your browser (Mozilla Firefox) or restart your system.
:P
Note, if you unplug your usb speakers, your laptop speakers will take over. In order to re-establish contact with the usb speakers, you will need to (plug them back in) restart the system.
Also, replacing the one with a zero would also reset your sound to your laptop speakers.