09-24-2013 07:40 AM
Ok guys. I solved it. For some reason my laptop takes to much power on HIgh Performance,Balanced mode (In balanced cracklings are less than on High) . On power saving headsets work flawless!! So i created a new power plan on power saving mode. I was afraid to do that cause i could lose some performance in games and fps. But I didnt. Crysis 3 has no drops in FPS,Dota2 and BF3! Maybe its problem with asus and windows 8 at the moment,after all G750series are new on the market. I think it will fix itself on windows update or something in the future. I'm kinda glad I had this problem because all that power was going to much in the laptop and could screw up things,now it works like a charm P.S. Driver version Im using is : 8.30
10-22-2013 07:29 PM
I too have a problem with crackling on some videos (recorded tv with ac3 audio) and random disconnects. What fixed it for me was just disabling the surround sound switch when I am experiencing these problems (if fixed the cracling, not sure yet about the disconnects. It doesn't sound as good as with the surround channels but it does fix things. I can't remember the problem being this bad since before the 8.50 drivers.
But we need to remember that in surround sound mode the wireless uses more bandwith. Stoping the drivers (which disables surround sound) and messing with wireless channels try to descrease interference, but disabling surroud sound also things out the bandwith so it's less likely to cut out and interfere (crackle).
Just some things to try.
10-31-2013 03:28 AM - edited 10-31-2013 03:29 AM
I (believe it or not) also have this problem - still do. However after some testing I found it was neither the Software or the Hardware. I don't know about anyone else, but my headset will only crackle and pop while on my desktop. On my laptop (same software, same headset) It works like a charm. The conclusion I've made is that the USB's plugged into my Desktop are intefering with the Headset (as already mentioned in this topic by FloppyDisk). My laptop at the time of testing, had no USB's plugged in - just the Wireless emitter. My Desktop has about 6 USB's plugged into it (poor thing), and the crackle and pops are a major nuisance.So... anyway, i was just wondering if anyone had any knowledge of changing the frequencies of USB's.
10-31-2013 07:37 AM
My laptop at the time of testing, had no USB's plugged in - just the Wireless emitter. My Desktop has about 6 USB's plugged into it (poor thing), and the crackle and pops are a major nuisance.So... anyway, i was just wondering if anyone had any knowledge of changing the frequencies of USB's.
You do know that the headsets run on the same frequency as your WiFi and causes the same type of noises as well as disconnects..
11-01-2013 02:18 AM - edited 11-09-2013 09:55 AM
no - i didn't...
It was just something i noticed - i probably could have worded my previous entry better.
Edit: Nevermind - moved some of the USB's around and hey presto - works fine and dandy.
12-07-2013 10:15 AM - edited 12-10-2013 09:36 AM