I bought a new laptop with configuration:
Both MIC and Speakers were not working but then I watched a Youtube Video and I edited the file in /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf and add the following lines:
After a reboot both mic and speakers were working well but when parrot 4.11.3 was...
While recording audio there is static noise. Tried with internal microphone and multiple external microphones no luck.
Device/Soundcard/ALSA information : http://alsa-project.org/db/?f=9c1746c5957b0ce72ff9cfffa312e97d14baf785
What I've tried :
Microphone boost and volume options.
Can anyone here help me out with or help me understand more?
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