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Default Right channel making a click sound - 09-07-2010, 04:02 PM

so far my mini 10v has been preforming really well. thus far i have just one minor issue. for some reason, when no audio is playing, the right channel makes a click sound every so often.

anyone else experience this?

Dell mini 10v | 1GB RAM | OS X 10.6.4
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Default 09-07-2010, 04:55 PM

not trying to steal your thread or anything but when i played my webcam and microphone through VCL player and it made the wierdiest noise like a dieing whale
getting louder and quiter to some rythmic tune

the microphone has many complaints as far as i can tell look through previous posts
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Default 09-07-2010, 11:43 PM

you sure it's not the audio pop? if so it's actually a Mac issue, left alone the audio turns it's self and the speakers off and pops when it's re indicated, happens on 2+ year old macbooks as well, google antipop for a patch for it if works by sending a audio loop every 5 seconds or so thus never allowing the audio kext to sleep, does send a continual cpu 5% spike.. that is if you can't live with it..

other than that dunno..

dieing whale lol I can beat that my PPC G4 lamp stand sounds like a hamster being strangled when it's under load.

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