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  • #51
    Originally posted by profoundWHALE View Post
    I'm in the same boat. I'd really, really like some plugins that come with pulseaudio or alsa that can be toggled easily and doesn't randomly deci- KRSRHSRHRSH
    huh?
    afaik the pulseaudio-equalizer is what you are searching for, isn?t it? to me it looks like the official pa-equalizer and is just not installed by default on my distro (opensuse). but it is in the official main repository and works fine here.

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    • #52
      Here on an ubuntu 14.04 derivate I didn't find a pulseaudio equalizer in the packages (with apt-cache search), but as expected there's a number of LADSPA plug-ins (and/or LV2) ; there's an ALSA plug-in (which uses a LADSPA one) that I might as well try first.
      Relative to pulsaudio, of note is a package called pulseaudio-module-jack, which does what it says on the tin.

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