I have a Logitech G35 wireless headset that I am trying to get to work with Ubuntu 12.04. When I go to the "Sound" option in System Settings, there is nothing at all listed. Not even the onboard sound... Going in alsamixer, I see "Logitech G930 Headset" in the list, with a volume, but raising or lowering this does nothing.
My dog chewed up my old wired dynex usb headset, so I bought a Logitech Wireless H600 headset and now am having sound problems.Problem: Cannot get sound through Logitech Wireless H600 headset via browser/youtube. I can get sound locally through VLC if I set it to output through alsa - headset.
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I recently upgraded from 10.04 to 12.04. My Logitech USB headset always worked fine. Now in 12.04 it is not working. In sound settings, it shows up under 'Hardware' but it does not show up under 'Output' or 'Input'. In 10.04 it showed up in all three tabs, allowing me to switch from internal speakers/mic to the USB headset in the input/output tabs.
I have a Logitech wireless G930 headset that I play BF4 with but sometimes would want to switch from speakers to headset easily. My current method of right clicking the speaker icon, and changing it from there isn't that bad, but it just seems like there has to be a more efficient method.
I have the Logitech USB "premium 350" headset with microphone. The hardware will not operate with openSuSE 11.1 Other references across the Net point to the same problem with no clear solution found. The trick seems to be in recompiling through YaST Hardware Sound Configuration. SuSE sees the hardware. It won't configure it properly. Can someone help walk me through a solution?