problem with sound,got lagging 0.5s at random time

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  1. redsiamesecat

    redsiamesecat New Member

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    i dont know where to post this sound issue, so i post here
    this happened 1 week ago, and ive been using my laptop for a year...
    its got delay/lag for 0.5s from any sound (music player, video, sound from game too..)
    my laptop is asus N46VZ , and i currently reinstalling windows 1 week ago..
    this never happenend before, is it driver or hardware that makes it like this ???
    i doubt its from spdif output headset, because i listening from headset, and ive tested if i dint use headset the problem didnt occur (probably, because i test it not long enough..)
    need solution [​IMG]

    sorry for my bad english [​IMG]
     
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    bassfisher6522 Essential Member

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    After reinstalling have you installed all the latest drivers for your laptop? What video/music source are you using? I never heard/seen a spdif head set before....and it's unclear to me, that with the headset plugged in you have or don't have the issue?
     
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    redsiamesecat New Member

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    sorry for my english, its become unclear to you...
    yes, i installed the latest drivers for my laptop, im using vlc video player and foobar2000 for music player..
    i mean when the headset plugged in the problem occurs
    thanks
     
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    bassfisher6522 Essential Member

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    The sound works correctly through the laptop speakers....but not with the headset you have? Is the headset a 3.5mm plug or usb? If a 3.5mm, are you plugging it into the right sound port. Like I said, I've never heard of a spdif headset, nor have I heard of a laptop with a spdif port. Can you post the make/model of your headset?
     
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    redsiamesecat New Member

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    its 3.5mm plug, yes i plugging it to the right port, i mean S/PDIF port on laptop, i plugged my headset into S/PDIF port on laptop...
    im using sony headset MH410c for sony xperia
     
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    Like I said, I've not seen a laptop with a S/PDIF port, if your's does I would like to see a screen shot of it. The only sound ports for a headset/external speakers I've ever seen on any laptop are the green/pink 3.5mm jacks or the use of the USB ports for USB connected headsets and external speakers. I betting anything your plugging it into the wrong port.
     
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    redsiamesecat New Member

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    [​IMG]
    the last display, no.4 , the S/PDIF port is in the first then microphone, usb 3.0 , dvd player , subwoofer, lastly kensington lock..
     

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