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How to use both USB Mic (in) and on-board sound (out)

I'm trying to set up my RPi with on-board sound out and a USB mic in, but everything I've found only deals with both audio i/o on the same (external) sound card. What's happening in my situation is ...
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Bluetooth Blues

I've discovered again that cursing and swearing at inanimate objects doesn't actually improve things, so I'll try posting a question. A couple of months ago I attempted a fairly ambitious project (...
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Linux ALSA one sound card for input one sound card for output

I have a raspberry pi 3 model B+ with raspbian jessy lite from July. cat /proc/asound/version Advanced Linux Sound Architecture Driver Version k4.4.50-v7+. I have a USB soundcard that has two 3.5 ...
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Raspberry Pi 3, can't connect to more than one bluetooth speaker via pulseaudio

I'm trying to get two bluetooth speakers connected via the native bluetooth controller. The first one connects and plays audio just fine. The second one never connects. Since I've searched and found ...
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pulseaudio not autostarting on pi 3.

Pi 3 running on a unmodified updated raspbian jessie. Problem: The pulseaudio server does not run OR not properly run at startup. With defaults, where nothing was modified: ps aux | grep pulse pi ...
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Connecting a headless Pi Zero W to a bluetooth speaker

Edit: The problem does not occur using another bluetooth speaker. As that speaker is also the one I'm planning on using, the question is now only of academic interest. I'm trying to set up a small ...
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Is it possible to have multiple audio outputs going to different speakers at the same time?

I have 4 different displays set up in a booth and I want to be able to have someone press a button and hear an audio playback for that particular display. I am trying to determine if the RPi 2 has the ...
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How do I use pulseaudio's module-sine properly?

I tried loading the module like this pactl load-module module-sine It sounds terrible! Lots of clicks and pops on top of the sine sound I'm running this environment $ uname Linux vitalsine3h 3.10....
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How to make PocketSphinx use ALSA? (instead of pulseaudio or jack)

I've been struggling to make pocketsphinx work with the audio system of my raspberry pi. As stated in pocketsphinx's website, one of the steps to build it for a raspberry pi is to execute this: ./...