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Thread: Static, Noise In Some Websites and Spotify

  1. #1
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    Sep 2020

    Static, Noise In Some Websites and Spotify

    I'm using a laptop with Ubuntu 20.04 and getting a buzzing noise when I play audio. You can hear it in this clip: Example

    I used to get static noises on all flash video players, back when I was running Windows and was able to fix it by installing another audio driver.

    I always hear the noise at, Vimeo; When I watch YouTube videos I hear it sometimes, but not always.

    I hear the noise in Spotify but it is much less pronounced and sometimes goes away altogether. Often when I start playing music its all clean and after some minutes the buzzing starts again.

    I checked alsamixer but when I slide the volume down sound is not audible.

    In my research I found a thread that suggested that
    would help, but running that didn't make a difference.
    pulseaudio -k
    but pulseaudio wont restart again when i kill it

    In alsamixer, chip and card is ;
    Card: HDA Intel PCH      Chip: Realtek ALC269VB
    Followed The Sticky Guides;
    wget -O && chmod +x ./ && ./
    Output Was This link

    Edit:Notice something while playing music on spotify web, when i play music in ncspot (terminal add-on) most of the time there is no noise but when i tried browser versions it starts immediately.I can send more records of noise.
    Last edited by borsayt; September 23rd, 2020 at 10:10 PM. Reason: Adding new info

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    Halloween Town
    Xubuntu Development Release

    Re: Static, Noise In Some Websites and Spotify

    Thread moved to Multimedia Software.

  3. #3
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    Jul 2018

    Re: Static, Noise In Some Websites and Spotify

    Try "killall speech-dispatcher". That works for me. Sometimes after a software update the static will start again but that command always stops it.

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