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[Bug 1248116] Re: [Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H] PulseAudio switch rapidly port making the sound horrible


> Is this fix just for the specific motherboard or all alc882 chips.

The fix released into Utopic was only for that specific motherboard. If
you have the same problem with other motherboards, please file a new bug
using the "ubuntu-bug audio" command. But first double-check that
everything is right in hardware: that you have put the front panel
header correctly on the MB, selected HD-audio vs AC'97 front panel
header correctly in BIOS as well. Given that this could be user error
I'd like to have at least two-three reports from the same motherboard
before upstreaming a disable of jack detect. Thanks.

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  [Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H] PulseAudio switch rapidly port making the sound

Status in “linux” package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  I have a Realtek sound system integrated to the motherboard Gygabyte
  Z87X-UD3H (http://www.gigabyte.fr/products/product-
  page.aspx?pid=4481#sp) having problems on Ubuntu 13.10.

  The sound is jerky. When I open the "Volume control PulseAudio" I can
  see pulseaudio changing the audio output "Internal Audio Analogic
  Stereo". The port switch rapidly from "Analogic output" to "Analogic
  headphones" making a jerky sound. ta tA ta tA ta tA.

  Do you have a solution to this problem ?

  King regards


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