Wireless Headphones (USB) not working properly (Regression)
Version, Distribution, Desktop Environment:
- OS: Arch Linux
- DE: Gnome 40
- PW Version: 0.3.25
Description of Problem:
I'm using a HyperX Cloud Flight headphones. Wireless through their own USB dongle, so no Bluetooth here. From the Gnome Settings, these headphones appear as Digital Output and Analog Output.
if I pick up the Analog Output as I have always done, there is no sound through them, if I pick up the Digital Output, there is sound (But has lower volumen, that's why I use the analog option). Thing is, if I then choose the analog output it will sound through them, until I change volume, then the analog output goes completely muted, after I go to Digital output and come back no analog.
This has to be a regressions, since a month ago I was using these without any problem.
I don't know if it's related to this, but for example if I'm listening to Spotify through the official app, and change the audio output to the headphones, all new output comes through them but Spotify keeps playing on the previous audio output.
Every day lately, I could give a try to previous version to see if I can find in which one it stops working (Hoping there are no dependency conflicts)
Steps to Reproduce:
- Choose the analog output on Gnome settings.
- Try to play some audio (Nothing comes out)
- Change to digital output and go back to analog output
- Change volume and analog will stop sounding
UPDATE: Looks to me like a regression from 0.3.25, using 0.3.24 (0.23.3 will make Gnome not recognize audio outputs) seems to be working nicely for now.