hellow my pod x3 live is emitting clicks and pops sounds when this connected USB
what is the solution for this problem
Posted 20 June 2014 - 07:31 AM
I read somewhere that if the buffer is too large it can cause this click pop thing. Check to see if the ASIO buffer is too large, set it a lower value if it's at the high end and try again. I had this one time and resolved it by uninstalling and reinstalling the drivers, might have been a fluke though.
If it doesn't take directly to the page go to page 47. This should be the manual for your device. If I'm mistaken you can find the the manual you need here.
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