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    sandyt said:
    "Popping" at the beginning and end of audio playing generally means the audio chip is going in and out of sleep (power management).

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    One assumes that your headphone has its own physical volume control. The other assumes you don't have a physical volume control.
    Interesting theory, but doesn't really make sense it would output at an ear deafening level. Dangerous at best.

    Any way to control the max level, maybe a registry tweak ?
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    FatTonyBubatz said:
    Interesting theory, but doesn't really make sense it would output at an ear deafening level. Dangerous at best.
    Any way to control the max level, maybe a registry tweak ?
    If all else fails, use something like this and just set the volume to max on the computer and adjust the volume to the lowest on this and then change if necessary:
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    FatTonyBubatz said:
    Interesting theory, but doesn't really make sense it would output at an ear deafening level. Dangerous at best.

    Any way to control the max level, maybe a registry tweak ?
    The only way to have separate volume level is to make front panel a separate device.

    How to Set Volume Levels for Speaker and Headphones Separately - Windows 10 - Lenovo Support CA
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    Any idea how to fix it ? I tried registry tweak but it still pops.
    My headphones doesn't have physical volume control. I'm using Kingston HyperX Cloud Core

    sandyt said:
    "Popping" at the beginning and end of audio playing generally means the audio chip is going in and out of sleep (power management).

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    One assumes that your headphone has its own physical volume control. The other assumes you don't have a physical volume control.
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    censored224 said:
    Any idea how to fix it ? I tried registry tweak but it still pops.
    My headphones doesn't have physical volume control. I'm using Kingston HyperX Cloud Core
    If the popping sound only occurs when it wakes up to make a sound and when it stop making a sound (and goes to sleep), then it is a power management issue that can only be fixed by driver updates.

    You can see Realtek's technical specs on their audio chipset has a "anti-pop" feature --- aka we can wake up and sleep our audio chipset without making a popping sound. The problem is that it doesn't always work.

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    If updating to the latest Dell driver doesn't help, contact Dell.
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    sandyt said:
    If the popping sound only occurs when it wakes up to make a sound and when it stop making a sound (and goes to sleep), then it is a power management issue that can only be fixed by driver updates.

    You can see Realtek's technical specs on their audio chipset has a "anti-pop" feature --- aka we can wake up and sleep our audio chipset without making a popping sound. The problem is that it doesn't always work.

    ALC898 - REALTEK

    If updating to the latest Dell driver doesn't help, contact Dell.
    I tried latest driver from dell for my laptop and it still pops. I also found newer from x15 r1 laptop which has same realtek chipset. But still pops. Now i tried to use DDU while in safeboot to completely remove Realtek and then installed latest driver from Dell. I need to test it for a little longer.

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    censored224 said:
    I tried latest driver from dell for my laptop and it still pops. I also found newer from x15 r1 laptop which has same realtek chipset. But still pops. Now i tried to use DDU while in safeboot to completely remove Realtek and then installed latest driver from Dell. I need to test it for a little longer.
    So today technician came and replaced my motherboard. It was fine for like 3 hours and it came back so it is definitely driver/software kind of problem.
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    As I said earlier, it is a power management issue.

    Either is Dell making very aggressive power saving settings to prolong battery life or that their Waves MaxxPro Audio/Realtek driver combo have a certain power management bug.

    https://www.dell.com/community/Windo...r/td-p/7411038
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