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post #106 of 112

I am not sure if this helps but I am not experiencing this random high pitch noise.

I am running Debian Wheezy x86_64 and Slackware 14.1 x84_64.

 

Note that I am not using a headset. I am using satellite speakers.

post #107 of 112
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Originally Posted by xcom View Post
 

I am not sure if this helps but I am not experiencing this random high pitch noise.

I am running Debian Wheezy x86_64 and Slackware 14.1 x84_64.

 

Note that I am not using a headset. I am using satellite speakers.


Thanks for the comparison point.  I've been getting the occasional 6 kHz scream on Microsoft® Windows® 6.x (specifically, 7.0.8001, Kernel 6.1.7601), and the scream on and off are tied to OS audio events; I figured that this would not be the case on LinUX with ALSA 1.0.25-up.  I recently had to abort testing Ubuntu® 13.12a1 Trusty Tahr™ on my Asus® CM1630-06 as upgraded, as LinUX Kernel 3.13.0-4-generic was panicky on my particular combination of hardware; so far, so good with C-Media® CMI-8788 Driver 8.0.8.1815 (packaged with Maxed Tech® UNi XONAR® Audio Software™ 1.63).

post #108 of 112

Guys, i'm very close to fix he problems! i'm problem free like 2 monrths + my pro friend which is ALOT into audio high end gear and electronic parts - dacs/apms ect, gave me one suggestion, since i change it, i didn't had the problem not a single time! i will report back if its the fix!

post #109 of 112

It hasn't happened in over a year. I only recently made some changes to my setup (GFX card, SSD drive) and reinstalled Windows, but even long before that the problem was gone. That and I'm pretty sure I used Opera back when it last occured, whereas now I use Palemoon. Incidentally, I haven't been using my headphones at home much lately (been always using RCA though), so even if the problem did occur again I guess it wouldn't bother me that much...

 

I wish I could be of more help, but I honestly have no idea what fixed it for me. I'm sure it wasn't THE fix from MS -- might've been a different one I received through Windows Update. It's also possible that some newer version of the UNi Xonar Driver helped -- I always keep them updated.


Edited by fufula - 4/13/14 at 4:37pm
post #110 of 112

Yeah, didn't have the problem again too. I use regular driver, but also a bit more speakers.

post #111 of 112

How i "fixed it" 

 

Right click on asus xonar audio center in the task bar, press Asus xonar ASIO, set it to 24 bit/40ms instead of 10, done. Not 100% sure if this was the fix, but i'm 90% sure...since i changed to 40 ms, not a single time i had the issue. YMMV, but pretty sure that made the difference! i have the same hardware/OS, nothing has changed.

post #112 of 112

LOL after few flashplayer updates, i'm back to crappy playback performance (video) and i had the issue happen to me like 5 times yet again. It is not FIXED.

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