[manjaro-dev] Asahi Kasei Microsystems Co., Ltd AK5370 I/F A/D Converter - Mic nicht automatisch ansprechbar [Google Translated]

Jonathon Fernyhough jonathon at manjaro.org
Wed Sep 3 21:45:54 CEST 2014

Hi Detlef,

at the moment I find it to anything. Give me the output of 'lsusb' and
possibly more info on hwinfo. Then I could look on the internet see if I
find something more details about it.


On 09/03/2014 at 21:28 Detlef Rohde wrote:
> Hello Philip,
> as previously reported, but I had the system can make going again on
> my EeePC. But there is still the problem with the USB microphone
> (Logitech, Asahi Kasei Microsystems and Co., Ltd. AK5370 I / FA / D
> Converter). It is very strange that it is detected immediately after
> booting the system and the built-in operation indicator (green)
> lights up. This also works with the installed beside Manjaro another
> OS on the machine, but not with the new installation. The Ba. lights
> up briefly and disappears again afterwards, so even when the USB plug
> is pulled briefly and then plugged in again. I now also have Skype
> installed and thus can establish a voice connection. It had to be
> opened for the PulseAudio volume control, so it worked. Skype is
> terminated, extinguished, the Ba. again, just as if a call has ended.
> I'm not sure if this is a bug or whether a Pfiffikus has programmed
> to avoid that you could possibly be spied? For my application Quisk I
> rely on to keep the microphone permanently operational. A switch in
> the base allows it off if necessary. If you are on this topic yet
> what clever one?
> Best regards, Detlef

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