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Old 21st March 2020
Freyja Freyja is offline
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Hi,
I have a fresh installation of OpenBSD on my pc,
And I'm trying to make my USB headphones work, but without success.
My speakers, which are connected directly to the AUDIO OUT on the motherboard are working.
But I can't switch to my USB headphones (Razer Kraken Tournament Edition)
I have not found any useful information on DuckDuckGo so I came here, seeking your help

If you can direct me to the right path I will appreciate it very much
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Old 21st March 2020
Paianni Paianni is offline
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Code:
rcctl set sndiod flags -f rsnd/*
The * will be 0 or 1 depending on which audio device is initialised first on boot up. After this:

Code:
rcctl restart sndiod
you should be good to go.
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