Hi, I recently tried to install manjaro on my laptop, everything was going well till I found that that there is no sound from my inbuilt speaker or headphone audio jack. Weirdly enough if I plug my usb audio adapter and plug my headphone to it, audio works just fine. I can see the correct levels being displayed in pavucontrol panel.
I can also see my speaker and headphone as a device. I also looking at different topics I tried diagnosing this on my own but here I am.
Just as an info I am dual booting from windows, it works fine there, it works fine even with my weird adapter thing. I am fast boot off and secure boot. Unfortunately I can’t upload images and links till my trust level is little bit higher.
Dumb question, since you did not mention it: Did you set the correct sound profile?
Otherwise, I can imagine that the pins are vendor-specific and needs to be adjusted. hdajackretask is then your friend (pkg: alsa-tools). A change of pins can happen, when you update the vendor-firmware for example.
The content of the link looks quite normal and everything seems to be detected correctly.
Hi @megavolt , I did check in hdajackretask, you can see in the image linked. Everything seems alright in it to me although I only have half a clue on what I am looking at. Just a mention that, I can hear crackling sounds if I raise my headphone’s sound to 100. Also I tried distro hopping a bit seems like it is the same case with ubuntu fedora I am back on manjaro with my trustee adapter that I have.