I just start to run quisk on a new odroid c2, and try to connect a usb headset.
The usb device is well seen by linux as well by quisk in "1" as hw:(1,0) - (& Odroid HDMI in "0", & odroid DAC in "2")
I use the config_file_radio and have set these lines:
name_of_sound_play = 'hw:1' # Play radio sound here. Linux.
microphone_name = 'hw:1' # The microphone is here.
No sound coming in the headset, and 'spot' doesn't work
If I write:
name_of_sound_play = 'hw:0' # Play radio sound here. Linux.
microphone_name = 'hw:0' # The microphone is here.
In that case sound in going well in the HDMI screen speaker.and 'spot' gives and output signal.
Turn off the hdmi/internal sound in pavucontrol ...
I no longer use the conf file .. but use alsa names in the Gui .... you are using Quisk latest version pascal ?
Ill get a screen shot of my sound tab later and post for reference ... also i can no longer get snd-aloop to work anymore and iv given up on it ... im sure its something HK did
Opsss .. are you trying to use the headset through the onboard sound device?
Latency is still horrible with onboard ... i have it disabled ... though this was the first release of Ubuntu 16.04 .... maybe they finaly learned how to write an audio driver handler ....
There is a setting in the boot.ini about not using the HDMI sound -- this is from memory, im not using my C2 untill my LimeSDR arrives ...
Right, with the GUI, all is working now, using "pulse:alsa_output.usb-0c76_USB_Audio_Device-00.analog-stereo" in sound setting instead of hw:"1"
I use now quisk 4.1.3 on the C2 with ubuntu mate 16.04 and the hardware is the hermes-lite 1.22 driven by a BeMicro SDK.
I just have to finish the cabling of a 20W PA (K5BCQ) and the BPF ( from qrp-labs) and this second hermes-lite will be online for ssb, wspr and JT use.