Loud click at the beginning of each sound

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    Loud click at the beginning of each sound


    Hello all. Here's what I'm hearing: If a person starts speaking (any website), the first syllable will create a loud click in the right speaker. When talking, it's fine. After a short pause, and talking resumes, it clicks again. Almost sounds like a vox issue. Mic is disabled. Connections look good. Thanks for any thoughts.
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    (I can't see how to edit my PC info
    System Specs - Fill in at Ten Forums

    - from the huge searchable Tutorials section - do feel free to have a look. Excellent resource.
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    I give said:
    Hello all. Here's what I'm hearing: If a person starts speaking (any website), the first syllable will create a loud click in the right speaker. When talking, it's fine. After a short pause, and talking resumes, it clicks again. Almost sounds like a vox issue. Mic is disabled. Connections look good. (I can't see how to edit my PC info. FF now 114.10.0) Thanks for any thoughts.
    what does the audio come through ? external speakers? try some other speakers and see if same ?
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    dalchina said:
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    Thanks

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    3nd said:
    what does the audio come through ? external speakers? try some other speakers and see if same ?
    Thanks. I only have one set of speakers but it also happens with headphones.
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    I give said:
    Thanks

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    Thanks. I only have one set of speakers but it also happens with headphones.
    maybe a wonky headphone / speaker jack ?
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    3nd said:
    maybe a wonky headphone / speaker jack ?
    I don't think it's a hardware issue. The connection seems good, and it happens only at the beginning of speech.
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    I give said:
    I don't think it's a hardware issue. The connection seems good, and it happens only at the beginning of speech.
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  8. Posts : 24
    Win 10 Pro, 21H2, Build 10.0.19044
    Thread Starter
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    I give said:
    Hello all. Here's what I'm hearing: If a person starts speaking (any website), the first syllable will create a loud click in the right speaker. When talking, it's fine. After a short pause, and talking resumes, it clicks again. Almost sounds like a vox issue. Mic is disabled. Connections look good. Thanks for any thoughts.
    EDIT: It's most noticeable when the word starts with a hard consonant.
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    The only experience I've had with popping or truncated audio at the beginning of each sound played, after any delay/stoppage in the audio stream, was when using optical output on my Asus Xonar SE. Apparently the popping happens every time it is reactivated, so Asus just added a delay in audio to hide it.

    The only "fix" I ever found was Sound Keeper which is a little exe that simply sends silence to the digital output forever, so it never stops/resets to pop again.
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  10. Posts : 24
    Win 10 Pro, 21H2, Build 10.0.19044
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    3nd said:
    what does the audio come through ? external speakers? try some other speakers and see if same ?
    I don't have another set of speakers to test, but it happens on both external speakers and headphones.
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