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Audio Popping Every time I record or playback through my Power Studio 66 I get audio popping on the recording and on top of looped tracks. It doesn't seem to matter. I have tried all kinds of fixes. Adjusted latency, buffer, new drivers, and more. Any idea what may be causing this.

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Looks like a nice system. I might have to get my wife one of these.

I couldn't find any support on cakewalk.com about it. In fact the pictures wern't even posted up anymore on the product.

I have one suggestion. Is this unit plugged into a surge protector? You could be getting something filtering in through you power like another electrical appliance. You might want to try a stronger surge protector to filter it out.

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

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