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 My audio has a loud spitting, background noise



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when I'm listening to Internet sources directly.

But no background noise when listening to videos downloaded from YouTube or audio downloaded from the Internet.

Any suggestions re sages ?

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Noise is like what they used to call "hash" in amateur radio

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Sounds like this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wffIdh0CZWs

but the volume rises and falls a lot

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Weird.  That's an analogue interference sound so it's either on the source audio or it's local to your PC.  On-board sound or discrete sound card?
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I don't see how it could be source or sound card related since there is no noise when I download the file (using Total Recorder) and then play same

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Are you using wired speakers? You might check the wiring connections.  I had an external speaker that had this problem and turns out it was a volume control with a bad connection.
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Surely if the problem is wiring or volume control related, the downloaded video and audio would be noisy too.

I will add that when I said the noise was loud, I should have said it is mildly noisy, enough to be very disturbing.

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It's a strange one.  Not something I've come across before.
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