I have an Acer nitro 5 with ryzen 7 2700u and an rx560x and the microphone sounds crisp clear on windows but very bad on linux. I am dualbooting windows and linux if it matters.
Welcome to the forum!
What you are giving us to help you is …
not enough info.
What is your hardware? What drivers are in use, etc.
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Sorry im new to this.
I put the comand and got this https://0x0.st/Ho99.txt
Seems you are not alone:
One search-entry has a potential solution:
it sais that it cant find the app
Which app? Can it be installed?
in the forum you linked it said to install pulesaudio-support but when i try it i get this : error: target not found: pulseaudio-support
Try switch audio server to pulseaudio by installing pulseaudio-support. After this reboot.
sudo pacman -Syu pulseaudio-support
It was suggested in the post I linked to, above. - Did you read it?!
yep i copied the command but like i said it didnt work
Ok, so you will have to go another route, as pulse-audio-support doesn’t seem to be available on Arch (sorry, my bad):
Other than that, is your mic connected via a headset, a usb-port, or what? Could still be a kernel-issue…
my mic is the integrated mic.
iv looket at the link and i think the last thing i could try is to replace pipewire with pulseaudio what do you think?
A try couldn’t hurt (as pipewire is by far not yet working as “stable” as pulse).
ok im gonna try and come with the results
tried it and it sounds the same unfortunately
So it has to do with linux-drivers / kernel for your hardware:
so there is nothing i can do?
Sorry to say, afaict.
no prob thanks for trying