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    Default Traktor Sound Problems Popping & Crackling

    So I know I've spoken to a couple people but I'm still having crackling and popping of sound in Traktor. I can't get it to play without popping. I have turned down the master output, engaged limiter disengaged limiter, closed all applications, really tried everything I can think of. Anyone having the same problems?
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    Have you tried raising the latency of your external sound card, if your using one that is??

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    I would say start at the middle of your latency settings and work your way back down. I would say anywhere around 10ms should be fine. (Don't want to start a latency WAR guys)
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    ive gone to 30ms and still getting popping. Ean was clueless about it too. I'm stumped.
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    I get the same when my laptop is not connected to the power supply and only run on battery. Maybe this could be an issue for you?

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    try turning off your wireless internet connection on your laptop. Someone on the N.I. forums mentioned that.

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    @jaredf

    What version of Osx are you using? Osx 10.5.2 is a known culprit for this issue. I lowered my latency form 11.5ms to 4. and whlle the poping is not totally gone it's no longer noticable.
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    Power's plugged in.. And yes i have osx 10.5.5. I have a feeling its osx incompatability.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EYENSEE View Post
    try turning off your wireless internet connection on your laptop. Someone on the N.I. forums mentioned that.
    And yes both blutooth and wifi are off when I'm trying to get this to work right. =\
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