[manjaro-general] Manjaro PulseAudio-Equalizer

Philip Müller philm at manjaro.org
Tue May 2 07:40:20 CEST 2017

Am 02.05.2017 um 00:45 schrieb WolfManz611:
> Hello Phil,
> I was just wondering if when you had the time if you could pull the package 
> pulseaudio-equalizer  10.0-2
> from the main repo. I’m a new user to Manjaro Cinnamon and I have
> speakers here that put out way to much bass so you need a EQ to tone the
> bass down. I installed pulseaudio-equalizer  10.0-2 and it did nothing
> but pop and click anytime I would try to use it with TeamSpeak and
> Youtube at the same time.
> The other issue with it is it screws the pulseaudio up when the
> pulseaudio-equalizer  10.0-2 is uninstalled. When you uninstall the EQ
> it doesn't even bother to go into /etc/pulse/default.pa
> <http://default.pa> and remove the lines it added when installed. By not
> going and putting the default.pa <http://default.pa> back to stock you
> end up with Pulseaudio looking for the EQ on boot even though it has
> been removed and that adds a delay to system boot but furthermore it
> also removes the speaker icon off the system tray when the system does
> boot and you can’t get the speaker icon / program to show back up on the
> tray even if you remove it and add it again.
> Now if you’re interested in finding a good EQ replacement that's
> actively being worked on and is already light years ahead of the that
> old EQ in the main repo then look no further then the program called
> pulseeffects  1.2.6-1. The pulseeffects plugin installs from the AUR.
> The plugin still needs a bit of work but i would like to see this plugin
> replace the plugin that’s in the main repo right now and I’m sure it
> will make a lot of people happy to finally have a competent EQ for a
> change that actually does work.
> Thanks for your time.
> Wolfmanz..

Hi there,

on which edition is the package pulseaudio-equalizer installed?

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