Anybody who knows their shit with audio, please help me answer this question:
Why does my audio occasionally buzz or "clicks" when listening to music, video game background sound, and movie/TV show audio?
I have a Toshiba Satellite L875D-S7230. I got it almost two years ago, and still using it today, and I occasionally get this annoying buzzing sound coming out of my speakers or headphones. Is it lag, or is my audio dying, or what?
Please help me with this annoyance.
It's probably electrical interference. I use get a series of annoying buzzes and clicks when I used my speakers every once in a while, especially when my cell phone was near by, regardless if audio was actually playing. Got a Fiio E10 and problem is gone, cell phone or not.
It is most likely electrical interference with your sound card, This happens if it is not shielded or separated from the rest of the motherboard components. And in a laptop everything is so close together that this could be the problem. if you want to learn more look at these videos that They did on audio a while back: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bjTxEwlypA0
If you have a cellphone near the laptop you will want to move it away.
Holy shit! That's a sound I get occasionally on my laptop, but it's not the sound I'm concerned about. I will keep my phone away from my computer from now on (I have an iPhone 3GS). How does this happen?
Yeah, I think that's probably it. I need to do some more research before I can come with a conclusion.
I just watched that video, and got interested into the audio stuff. I'm going to watch more videos of that series eventually when I have free time.
its the radio signal/ interfererance that your phone is constantly recieving, also the 3GS is amazing, dont upgrade that was the last good iPhone.