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[Bug 1008539] Re: Wrong volume binding when connecting bluetooth speakers


The bug remains in 14.10. Andrei's solution worked for me.

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  Wrong volume binding when connecting bluetooth speakers

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Bug description:
  I have a 2.1 speaker system and a Logitech bluetooth adapter for them that connects to my Asus UL50AG notebook for sound.
  In Sound Settings, I then have 2 entries: Built-in Audio Card and Logitech Adapter.

  The problem is that when I connect/reconnect to the bluetooth adapter,
  the sound volume knob is not bound to the Logitech Adapter. Instead,
  in Sound Settings, the Built-in Audio Card is selected instead of the
  Logitech Adapter. And when I use the multimedia keys on my notebook
  (Volume Up, Down, Mute), they have effect on the sound coming out of
  the notebook, not the external speakers.

  The expected result would be that, when I connect/reconnect the
  bluetooth adapter, the volume multimedia keys should bound to the new
  bluetooth setup, not the internal audio.

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