08-04-2012 01:39 PM
First, yes I understand a new flash version has caused chrome to have an issue. I went ahead and disabled the latest version to correct that.
My issue, however, is that since a few days ago, when listening to anything in a browser, any bass hits come out SEVERELY distorted, as if a speaker has been blown. However, listening to anything outside of a browser, such as games, music, and so on, the sound is crystal clear. I have even taken an MP3, listened to it fine, then uploaded it to a website, and once again mass distortion on any lower hits.
Any ideas? I thought my speakers blew until I realized that they are perfect for anything outside of a website. I use Chrome, but the issue also exists in internet explorer.
08-05-2012 07:14 PM - edited 08-05-2012 07:18 PM
I was having almost the same problem try this and see if it helps you too.
I thnk that it is in fact adobe flash player that is causing this problem, I was able to get it working with the browser by typing in the url chrome://plugins clicking the details top right of the page and disabling the top flash player since chrome has its own rollback for adobe flash the other should take control and should fix the problems. Tried it once before but didn't reboot. Once disabled you should reboot the system.
08-07-2012 03:06 PM
I did that to fix the "Refuses to play any sound period in Chrome" and that worked for that. However, my problem is sound "corruption"....and happens in internet explorer and Chrome...so it's not Chrome specific.