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Ubuntu 19.04 on HP Pavilion x360 14-ba125cl snd-hda-intel Realtek ALC295, Bang and Olufsen, No sound from speakers

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System comes pre-installed with Windows 10 and sound works fine in Windows.

I installed Ubuntu 19.04 but the sound is not working

The sound card is Intel and the Chipset is Realtek ALC295

Sound works when using the headphone but no sound from the internal speakers

Headphones Detected, but audio coming out of speakers

Using Ubuntu 19.04, dual boot with Windows 10, on an Alienware. A couple of months back I had to reinstall 19.04 (before the reinstallation audio worked fine), because of another issue I had. After the fresh install speakers worked fine, but when I plug my headphones (which I know work) audio is still coming out of the speakers. Headphones are detected (I can see them in pavucontrol). Any ideas? Let me know if you need more information.

Play Audio Through Computer’s Built-in Speakers

Is it possible to use the internal built-in speakers of a computer to play music from a device? I am using an audio jack male to male cable

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And as device I am using an FM-Radio Module (TEA5767)

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But instead of connecting the module to an external speaker, I would like to use my computer’s built-in speakers. Do you know how to do that on Ubuntu 18.04.2? Apparently something similar can be done on MAC OS,

Headphones and speakers at the same time on my Thinkpad

like the title says, I can’t seem to auto-mute the speakers if I plug in my headphones. I’ve checked in alsamixer but it doesn’t even have a headphones section and I’ve tried the workaround posted here a couple of years ago adding the lines

alias snd-card-0 snd-hda-intel alias sound-slot-0 snd-hda-intel options snd-hda-intel model=dell-m4-1 enable_msi=1 

in the alsa-base.conf file but it didn’t work.

Sound card and speakers doesn’t show on Asus Transformer T103H

I have an Asus Transformer T103H and can’t get the internal speakers to work.

When I type cat /proc/asound/cards, only one sound card is shown, which is Intel HDMI/DP LPE Audio. I expect that there should be an entry for the internal sound card.

aplay -l shows 3 devices, all for the same sound card mentioned above.

In GNOME Settings/Sound, it only shows one entry: Dummy Output

How can I get linux to detect the internal sound card and speakers on the Asus Transformer Mini T103H?