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atnsg
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sound distortion

Post by atnsg » Mon Jan 07, 2019 10:07 pm

Help! I recently purchase a UR22 and I set it up the way they told me to. Now I thought everything worked fine until listening to ANY audio through my headphones. Wether it be an instrumental I imported into Cubase, a downloaded MP3/WAV or even a Youtube video, it all sounds like I'm listening to music underwater from beggining to end :( I've read other forums about similar problem but I cannot for the life of me get it to work properly. Couple things I've tried: Changing buffer size, changing outputs from stereo to mono (which worked ONCE and never again). Made sure all my Soft/Firmwares are up to date. Don't know if this is of any relevance but I don't have monitors hooked up to my soundcard. Now, I know pretty much nothing when it comes to this, this may be why I'm having difficulty dealing with this, so please be patient with me for I am but a humble begginer :)

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Re: sound distortion

Post by BrianL » Fri Jan 11, 2019 4:56 pm

atnsg wrote:
Mon Jan 07, 2019 10:07 pm
Help! I recently purchase a UR22 and I set it up the way they told me to. Now I thought everything worked fine until listening to ANY audio through my headphones. Wether it be an instrumental I imported into Cubase, a downloaded MP3/WAV or even a Youtube video, it all sounds like I'm listening to music underwater from beggining to end :( I've read other forums about similar problem but I cannot for the life of me get it to work properly. Couple things I've tried: Changing buffer size, changing outputs from stereo to mono (which worked ONCE and never again). Made sure all my Soft/Firmwares are up to date. Don't know if this is of any relevance but I don't have monitors hooked up to my soundcard. Now, I know pretty much nothing when it comes to this, this may be why I'm having difficulty dealing with this, so please be patient with me for I am but a humble begginer :)
This same issue persisted in my system too but after changing my pair of headsets the audio was golden. Change the headset mate.

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Brian.

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Re: sound distortion

Post by fastcollapse » Tue Feb 05, 2019 11:45 am

I also believe is a headsets problem. I listen to music via my smartphone headsets, and there is a mic button (to reply for a call), and if the button is not pressed, the sound is exactly like you described. And when you push the button, the sound is okay

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