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Crackling, skipping, stuttering, lagging audio


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#1 detekk

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Posted 08 November 2014 - 07:29 PM

I was messing around with some audio configurations the other night, basically trying to get things to sound 'louder'. Anyway, whatever I did I guess has made audio just about unlistenable. I don't want to fully restore my computer but is there a way I could just restore the audio settings? I think I've restored most settings for the audio but maybe I'm missing something.

 

I have a Lenovo laptop with "Realtek High Definition Audio" for the playback.

 

**edit: Seems to only be happening through iTunes! Just blasted some music through Youtube and the audio was fine.


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#2 detekk

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Posted 09 November 2014 - 02:50 PM

Well, I searched around and it seems to be an issue with making sure the sound playback is at the same sampling rate as iTunes. So far so good. If anybody has the same issue I recommend making sure your iTunes sampling rate is at the same rate as the playback device settings.



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Posted 05 February 2015 - 07:32 AM

I'm now having this problem and have been for almost a week, I updated my iTunes and had an issue connecting my iPod, called up Apple Support and had to reinstall iTunes for it, I discovered I had this issue once I got it back, I just found out a couple other people just started having this problem too and I only just found out this solution, but I tried making the sound playback the same sampling rate in iTunes as the hardware and sound settings but that still has not fixed it, am I missing something?



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Posted 05 February 2015 - 11:24 AM

I may be totally wrong with this suggestion, but I would make sure all the devices support the sampling rate you are using. Maybe start with the lowest quality and go up from there? But I would assume at the least that 16bit 48khz would be available to you.



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Posted 05 February 2015 - 07:24 PM

How do I check what sampling rate the devices support? I just tried 16bit 48khz and still no luck






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