Okay, thanks for the reply
Unfortunately, that didn’t help (
dsp_driver=1 works *just works as before, but no improvements*,
3 not). Already using kernel 5.13, no changes.
I will try to explain in a more detailed way what I’ve already tried, so…
I have done a lot of software/hardware checks, so I can say that hardware is all ok, Windows 10 with Lenovo driver works perfectly, Linux is not, but I’m not sure the problem with ALSA or with PulseAudio.
Resampling (44100, 48000) works.
Forgot to add some details in the previous post, a USB mic that I using now (HyperX SoloCast) has integrated audiocard, but doesn’t try mini-jack headset, I’ll try and then write a post about results.
I tried a noise/echo canceling PulseAudio modules, as I expected that doesn’t help : /
I tried to force
model patches for
Patches I tried is related to all of Lenovo/*some dell & hp*/general/internal digital mic/ALC2xx from https:// www.kernel .org/doc/html/latest/sound/hd-audio/models.html page
With default setting (and with some patches), when I turning on the loopback module with
pactl load-module module-loopback latency_msec=2
I can hear the terrible sound from the left and from right channels separately. When I just blow into the left mic I hear a louder sound from the left speaker, the same for the right channel, and when I speak I can hear the noise (it’s my voice, but very cracked/modified) from the speaker with a very loud terrible noise on the background.
Additionally checked the sound with
arecord -f cd -d 5 test.wav
I think that problem is with the kernel and I need to create a bug report.
What do you think?