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Audio Problem

By slingblade
Dec 8, 2005
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  1. I have an MSI motherboard RS482M2 with built in sound( Realtek)using RealtekALC658C audio codec. The problem is when I play audio on winamp 5.112
    there are kinda "Blips" heard now and then. The same is heard less on windows media player.(all though it is aheard here also) I tried adjusting the buffer length and prebuffer in Winamp but it didnt work. How do i remove these annoying blips from comming?Also what is the optimum setting of the buffer lenght's for winamp for excellent audio quality? Cant figure out whats the problem with the hardware

    Some one Please Help
  2. PC_Nerd

    PC_Nerd TS Rookie Posts: 95

    Umm... my Realtek onboard soundcard used to be real bad too,
    all I did was go to the Mobo manufacturer site and download the latest driver/ soundeffect manager pack for the soundcard, and it unlocked a few features for my soundcard, such as EAX2.0 and it also made it much better for playing music.
    Yeah so thats probly yur best bet, not fiddling with the buffers....
    PS, I would also suggest using Itunes, even if you dont have a pod to go woth it, coz its a definite winner :grinthumb
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