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#1 Post Jack audio problem
Right, so I have always had this problem with my PC where only the rear panel green jack works. The problem is that whenever I open up a program I get this really irritating crackling background sound that is heard through the microphone and through the speakers. I have temporarily been using USB Adaptors which don't exactly seem very reliable after a few weeks. Just wondering if anyones got solutions apart from me having to buy a new USB headset (I have a habit of constantly breaking them.) Tried reinstalling the Drivers, I do doubt It's a software problem but more a hardware. help plz


Fri Oct 12, 2018 4:04 pm
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#2 Post Re: Jack audio problem
More specific please.

Does this sound go on for a while or just once?
Do you get it when running any program or specific programs?
Do you have the latest drivers installed for your audio?
Guessing your audio drivers come from Realtek?

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#3 Post Re: Jack audio problem
Thierry Henry#CR7 wrote:
More specific please.

Does this sound go on for a while or just once?
Do you get it when running any program or specific programs?
Do you have the latest drivers installed for your audio?
Guessing your audio drivers come from Realtek?


1 > Its there for aslong as I have the program opened
2 > Mainly when running programs such as games and when I have it opened in my taskbar and say I watch a video on chrome, the sound would still persist until I exit the program. There a few exceptions e.g if I'm using full volume.
3 > I mean I've checked the drivers for any updates and I cant find any.
4 > Nope using the built in one from microsoft. https://imgur.com/j7Vx2Ki


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#4 Post Re: Jack audio problem
does it feel loose when you plug your headphones into the audio jack? you might have damaged it in and therefore the connection is looser between your headphones and the computer. i've done it twice before. you may want to get someone to take out the audio panel on your computer and replace it with a new one.

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#5 Post Re: Jack audio problem
I am having problems with static and crackling sound coming out of my speakers. I am using a brand new built computer. The motherboard I am using is the Gigabyte x58 UD5P for the Intel Core i7. If you need any more info on my computer specs, I will add if needed.

I am not sure if it is a faulty I/O audio ports on the motherboard or not. I did a test on my old computer and I did not get any of the static and crackling sound.

So, with that said, is there something wrong with the motherboard's I/O sound ports? Do I need to upgrade a bios or driver? xtumblr.org/ twxxx.net/ xxxjunk.com/I did try plugging the speaker connector in all of the I/O ports and I only get sound out of the bottom middle green one.

I did try playing with the settings in the Realtek HD Audio Manager, but I still couldn't get rid of that pesky static & crackling noise. Due to my experience, I am not sure what to do next.


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