bluetooth: Only use hardware volume callbacks for peer attenuation

Setting these callbacks adds the HW_{VOLUME,MUTE}_CTRL flag even when
PulseAudio is solely responsible for performing attenuation whilst only
keeping the peer posted on changes.  For this case the hardware callback
is not registered at all but instead a hook is attached to catch
PA_CORE_HOOK_{SINK,SOURCE}_VOLUME_CHANGED.  Only when the peer performs
attenuation (the peer is in HeadSet/HandsFree role) are the callbacks
used, without touching PA software volume at all.  A future change could
potentially use software volume to compensate for the extremely coarse
16 steps of volume control in HSP and HFP, and to allow volume over
100%.

Part-of: <pulseaudio/pulseaudio!519>
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