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Well I have the Realtek audio application but thats it. I use Turtle Beach PX22s.

 

Try to adjust volumes so that they are somewhere in the middle on both Realtek software, windows and playback software. It also might be issue with headset. But since you don't have its software installed, I'm not sure if thats the case. Can you try with another device to eliminate headset?

Hey. When I listen to anything on my computer, it always skips low parts of videos, songs etc. Maybe this is a noise reduction thing, but it is annoying. It only happens at low volumes on my computer. Of course, I dont want to put it loud or it will hurt my ears. Anyways, maybe some of you have had this problem before. For example, the Game Awards of 2015 had a lot of audio skips. I dont know if they are called audio skips but maybe if you watch the video you'll know what I'm referring to.

(The Game Awards 2015 video)
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Need more info. Like are you using integrated audio or dedicated? Does same happen with all your audio devices (headphones, speakers)? Have you any software installed besides drivers that do something with audio.

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Need more info. Like are you using integrated audio or dedicated? Does same happen with all your audio devices (headphones, speakers)? Have you any software installed besides drivers that do something with audio.

Well I have the Realtek audio application but thats it. I use Turtle Beach PX22s.

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Well I have the Realtek audio application but thats it. I use Turtle Beach PX22s.

 

Try to adjust volumes so that they are somewhere in the middle on both Realtek software, windows and playback software. It also might be issue with headset. But since you don't have its software installed, I'm not sure if thats the case. Can you try with another device to eliminate headset?

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Try to adjust volumes so that they are somewhere in the middle on both Realtek software, windows and playback software. It also might be issue with headset. But since you don't have its software installed, I'm not sure if thats the case. Can you try with another device to eliminate headset?

My other pair of headphones broke so I cant test it with another pair plus I am using DVI so the monitor's speakers wont be helpful atm. 

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Try to adjust volumes so that they are somewhere in the middle on both Realtek software, windows and playback software. It also might be issue with headset. But since you don't have its software installed, I'm not sure if thats the case. Can you try with another device to eliminate headset?

I just played around with Realtek, its fixed. Thanks :)

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