Slight hissing when listening through headphones, hx4700
I have the latest ROM v1.10 but i havn't loaded the audio update. I get a slight but annoying background hiss when listening through ear/head phones. has anyone else noticed this and is there a solution?
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When It is well charged while plugged in,you are slightly overloading the signal amp component.This is not necessarily bad however.Let it run low then play something(optional It may or may not hiss without audio input) If it continues to hiss go get it check by a professional or just don't play it while it is charging because over time that will damage it.
Hi Rolf. Hoping I can help you here. Can you help me understand the situation a bit more?
Does the same audio behaviour happen with headphones or external speakers plugged in?
Also, this model and several other notebook models suffer from sound driver issues that result in distorted audio output such as popping noises or hissing. This occurs with all types of audio sources including CDs, DVDs, Blu-Ray discs, and Internet streaming sites.
Have you also updated the chipset drivers? Even if BIOS and audio drivers are updated they both may rely on chipset drivers as well.
Is the operating system Windows 7 64bit or 32bit?
HP recommends doing a system restore to original factory setup :-(
The default e-mail client on pocketPC 2003 is the "inbox" which is merly a utility for retreiving & sending e-mail.
There is no "outlook 2002" on pocket PC's.
The Outlook 2002 installation cd comes with most iPaqs and is intended for your pc, not your ipaq.
you should install the ROM v1.10 update, and then install the 8/3/2005 XIP BIOS update recently posted at:
Apparently, this BIOS update is supposed to correct the region in ROM v1.10 where the hi-capacity battery read error is found, without incrementing the ROM version. It's explained in the BIOS update "Read Me" file, here: