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Old 18th December 2008, 03:52 PM
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Question Pulseaudio Popping and Cracking Interferance

Whenever I play audio files, movies, or anything requiring sound, I hear loud popping and cracking sounds. I have tried this thread: How to: Fix PulseAudio and primary audio issues with Fedora 10 (F10) and the sound system locks up. Not sure where to go from here.

I have an onboard AC97 CODEC sound card 5.1 2 ch, and this link will take you to the specs on my motherboard: ASRock K7S41GX.

Here are some log entries pertaining to pulseaudio:
pulseaudio[2742]: pid.c: Stale PID file, overwriting.
pulseaudio[2742]: alsa-util.c: Device hw:1 doesn't support 44100 Hz, changed to 16000 Hz.
pulseaudio[2742]: alsa-util.c: Device hw:1 doesn't support 2 channels, changed to 1.
pulseaudio[2742]: alsa-util.c: Device front:0 doesn't support 44100 Hz, changed to 48000 Hz.
pulseaudio[2742]: alsa-util.c: Device front:0 doesn't support 44100 Hz, changed to 48000 Hz.

gnome-session[2471]: WARNING: Application 'libcanberra-login-sound.desktop' failed to register before timeout
pulseaudio[2829]: pid.c: Daemon already running.

pulseaudio[3025]: alsa-util.c: Device hw:1 doesn't support 44100 Hz, changed to 16000 Hz.
pulseaudio[3025]: alsa-util.c: Device hw:1 doesn't support 2 channels, changed to 1.
pulseaudio[3025]: alsa-util.c: Device front:0 doesn't support 44100 Hz, changed to 48000 Hz.
pulseaudio[3025]: alsa-util.c: Device front:0 doesn't support 44100 Hz, changed to 48000 Hz.
pulseaudio[3075]: pid.c: Stale PID file, overwriting.
pulseaudio[3075]: alsa-util.c: Device hw:1 doesn't support 44100 Hz, changed to 16000 Hz.
pulseaudio[3075]: alsa-util.c: Device hw:1 doesn't support 2 channels, changed to 1.
pulseaudio[3075]: alsa-util.c: Device front:0 doesn't support 44100 Hz, changed to 48000 Hz.
pulseaudio[3075]: alsa-util.c: Device front:0 doesn't support 44100 Hz, changed to 48000 Hz.


Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 18th December 2008, 10:28 PM
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There is a thread here:

http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=203708

That is active and contains some info not found in the other thread you have looked at.

Hope you figure it out... I'm less than impressed with the sound issues we are all having with FC10.
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Old 18th December 2008, 11:38 PM
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Thanks. That helped and I did read this earlier, but I did not want to remove Pulseaudio. I was wanting to figure it out, but It would seem that Pulseaudio is just plain troublesome in Fedora 10, I suppose.

I am getting "high" sound, which I was not getting with Pulseaudio. The sound is not popping or choppy either.

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