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Audio cutting out (static) on PRO HD X, MAC OSX Yosemite

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While playing music or audio from my Macbook (Yosemite OSX 10.10.5), I get randomly interrupted audio cut outs for about .5-1 second that sounds like static noise. It almost seems synonymous with or when a webpage refreshes.. but sometimes, it will happen at random. I have updated all of my drivers, software on both the POD HD X unit and my Macbook, but it still continues to occur. Also, USB Audio Streaming buffer size is set to "extra small".. but it still feels to me like there's a struggle for processing power or something going on. Any ideas? As a last resort, I've considered upgrading my OSX from Yosemite to El Capitan, but I thought I would check in here first. Any advice, info or help would be MUCH appreciated! Thanks in advance

 

Macbook Info:

Processor: 2.6 GHz Intel Core i5

Memory: 16 GB

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Try increasing the buffer size. Sometimes bigger IS better!

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I'm getting similar issue.

Playing music audio on my macbook pro to monitors connected to POD HD500X and occasionally the audio drops for half a second or so.

Have tried switching usb ports and even replaced the usb cable. But still getting this issue from time to time.


I would expect Line 6 engineers to create some tools and add logging and be able to diagnose what causing the issue. And suggest a fix. Have contacted Line 6 in the past, but after wasting a bunch of time didn't get a proper solution.

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