Getting a bit off topic here... but yes inputs are handled differently
At the moment ear candy looks at the device name to decide to switch
the streams or not if there is not usb or bluetooth in the string it
dosnt work... I have an idea how to make this better but havnt got
around to it
On 18 November 2010 10:01, jpapejr <email address hidden> wrote:
> Earcandy is doing a nice job of re-sinking my current audio streams (it sure
> likes to notify about it, too) but I notice that my input (my USB headset
> mic) is not getting switched. Seen that before?
> On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 3:57 PM, KillerKiwi <email address hidden>wrote:
>> Jpapejr, not really its just thats what I originally started the project
>> for ;)
>> It would not take that much to update to an indicator and disable sound
>> rules if they are not wanted..
>> No easy way to switch default sound output to USB headphones
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>> Status in “ubuntu-meta” package in Ubuntu: New
>> Bug description:
>> Description: Ubuntu 8.10
>> Release: 8.10
>> I have Logitec USB headphones:
>> [ 6.254669] input: Logitech Logitech USB Headset as
>> [ 6.268254] input,hidraw0: USB HID v1.00 Device [Logitech Logitech USB
>> Headset] on usb-0000:00:1d.0-1
>> When I plug them into the laptop or boot with headphones plugged in, the
>> default sound sink in pulseaudio is my built in speakers. There is no sane
>> and easy way to switch the sound output to headphones.
>> Currently, I am doing this:
>> unload-module volume-restore
>> set-default-sink 1
>> and then restart the application I want to use the headphones.
>> This works differently than if I had plugged analogue headphones.
>> What should happen instead is something of this:
>> 1) Sound switches to headphones by default
>> 2) A pop-up asks me which sound-output I want.
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> No easy way to switch default sound output to USB headphones
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