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Audio issues, volume fluctuation and crackling

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ENVY x360 Convertible 13-ay0xxx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

My laptop is about 5 months old, and in the last week I have been experiencing audio issues. There seems to be a problem with it crackling whether it is playing something or not, and it will randomly decide to become quieter and louder despite the volume being the same. 

 

I have tried uninstalling the Realtek audio driver, then restarting the computer. I've also tried installing the driver from here and also with no success. 

I've also run troubleshooting on here and on the HP programs installed on here. 

 

I would be grateful if anyone had some information that could point me in the right direction. Many thanks in advance. 

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hi

" I've also tried installing the driver from here "

 

which driver in this case?

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As far as I can tell, it's the Realtek High-Definition (HD) Audio Driver Version 6.0.8963.1. (17 Dec 20) 

The only odd thing about this might be that when I let the HP page determine what model my laptop is, it tells me it's the 13-ay0504sa, which is different from what it tells me on "About this PC". 

Thank you for your swift reply.

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Well, not cool because from what you tell me you have the version which should correct some problem of this type
See link:


In this case I recommend that you contact HP directly, especially if you still have the warranty.

I don't really see the connection, but in case check this:

 
 


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Did you try to set 44100 frequency in sound settings ?

 

I have some cracking in TIDAL on exclusive mode on HP Envy 15-ed1250nd. But... I can not find 44100 in my settings... maybe you can try that...

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Thanks for the tip. It turns out I only have a default setting which I can't change! 

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Hi
curious, it was a good idea to test ..
You looked at where exactly, all the hp computers or not that I had in hand had this possibility

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