Lately 50-70% of my music is crackling on my ipod - mainly from songs number 7 and further. The old stuff plays well. Its just the last couple of months the new songs do not download well. I only download from a cd and not from the net. What can I do?
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You didn't say whether it was one or both channels. The word to describe the noise when using a turntable, back in the days, is called Acoustic Vibration. Your issue is not that. I can be an amplifier oscillating, for the high pitched sound and the crackling could be DC Offset*meaning a damaged amplifier) If you need further assistance, or would like to inquire about a repair, please visit my website at audioserviceclinic.com. Thank you.
I have a similar problem.when no one is on then I get this crackling noise but as soon as someone comes on it goes away.Lately thats how its been because of the suns blackspots playing tricks with our atmosphere.
The 12ax7 preamp tubes will act just like that when they get old, in
fact, this would be my 1st check before I go any further, other than
ventilation and heat .Make sure you are using the right impedence output jack to match your cabinet. Make sure the effects mix level is not overriding your guitar signal. Also, make sure that your signal is not being clipped showing the red led's. Also, the variable limiter control, if turned up very high, will do that to a point similar to a compressor/limiter. I would definitely check the tubes for the crackling sound could be just that.
Id say you should go see a doctor. But for now id say that you should do your best to not listen to it for a while as it can affect hearing. try to use full on speakers if you can. On you tube there are a few Sub-Woofer sound tests you can do. Try playing one (low volume) and repeat. (not a song one)
http://www.teenbuzz.org/ also to hear which frequencies are out of range to you click here. ( click the second icon on the list further down the page)
That because maybe due to your itunes player which the installation got error..please try another player other than Itune or play it in windows media player or some other player which you think good player.
Or try reinstall your player or update it.
if this not resolve the issue, then verify the connection of your sound card maybe got grounded to other components making the sound crackle..Or you may try attached a grounding wire from your stuff directed to the ground or attached in any metal that is connected to the ground to eliminate noise.
please tell me what ever result for further analysis
Yeah i had that same problem. You know the chord? The cord you plug in from outlet. The square cord you plug into your speakers.. yeah the "DC outlet" is supposed to be UP. if you have it the wrong way in there it wont work and will make a crackling sound.