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Okay. If you are using an HP device with Bang & Olufsen sound-system then you can do the following methodic test, to be sure that there is an Linux inherent issue with a driver or not. Many of HP devices are ready for Ubuntu.

  1. Download the latest Ubuntu MATE ISO and run the live session
  2. Check if there are the same issues with your sound device
  3. If not, then there is a driver issue within Fedora.

I give you a general Linux advice: You should always check with a Live-ISO of your desired Distro if your hardware works flawless, otherwise you will run often into troubles.

I am using high-quality HP devices for many years now without any hardware issues under Linux and Windows. I am using Fedora KDE spin on all my HP devices.

I hope it will help you.

Okay. If you are using an HP device with Bang & Olufsen sound-system then you can do the following methodic test, to be sure that there is an Linux inherent issue with a driver or not. Many of HP devices are ready for Ubuntu.

  1. Download the latest Ubuntu MATE ISO and run the live session
  2. Check if there are the same issues with your sound device
  3. If not, then there is a driver issue within Fedora.Fedora MATE

I give you a general Linux advice: You should always check with a Live-ISO of your desired Distro if your hardware works flawless, otherwise you will run often into troubles.

I am using high-quality HP devices for many years now without any hardware issues under Linux and Windows. I am using now Fedora KDE spin on all my HP devices.

I hope it will help you.