Anybody use a USB headset adapter for laptop in stretch?

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Anybody use a USB headset adapter for laptop in stretch?

Postby gurfle » 2017-09-19 14:16

If so please post vendor, model and if you had to do any config file tweaks to get it to work. My post here describes trouble I am having with the one from amzonia that pops up first in a google search claiming to work under linux.
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Re: Anybody use a USB headset adapter for laptop in stretch?

Postby gurfle » 2017-09-23 17:18

Could it be that really nobody does :?:
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Re: Anybody use a USB headset adapter for laptop in stretch?

Postby gurfle » 2017-10-10 23:20

USB headsets, yes, as mentioned here, but what about adapters, as described in the last sentence of this post?
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Re: Anybody use a USB headset adapter for laptop in stretch?

Postby Ardouos » 2017-10-15 07:19

I have a Logitech USB headset adapter that I have received with an old pair of headphones.

After I plug it into my steel series headset, the system sees the headset as a Logitech device.

No additional configuration needed, everything just worked. You may will need to change the default settings in pulse though.


I am using Stretch 64 bit.
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