Moonshell making static noises when up-ing Volume

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  1. Feels Good Man
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    Or it makes the song im playing all distorted for a while when making the Volume louder. It only does this on my M3 Lite Perfect and not my R4.

    Help?

    [and thnx for all the help >__
     
  2. arctic_flame

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    The R4's version of Moonshell is the latest version [​IMG]

    Is the version on your m3 up to date?
     
  3. Feels Good Man
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    Yeap. v35, right?
     
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    ... I meant the version of Moonshell. (1.71)
     
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    Oh lol. Yeah it's 1.71 >__
     
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    Bump. It doesnt do this on older versions of Moonshell >__
     
  7. ZAFDeltaForce

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    Whats the volume? (the built-in Moonshell volume controller)
     
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    It gets really messed up when turning up or down the sound. And when going through the menu's >__>
     
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    Try bringing it down to 100 and see if the static noises continue
     
  10. Feels Good Man
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    It's not when im listen to the song, it's when im changing volumes lower or higher
     
  11. Waddle Dee

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    ... A computer desk?
    It may be the song itself. What music format is it and from where?
     
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    It cant be the song. I copy and pasted the song to my M3 Simply and it didnt make this noise when lowering or putting up the volume.

    .mp3 anyway >__>
     
  13. Waddle Dee

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    ... A computer desk?
    .MP3's are crap. If you can try different file types, (I'm not sure if you can get it or what the M3 supports) use an AAC or WAV.
     
  14. Feels Good Man
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    WAV is worse than mp3 >_> Sure they're smaller but have crappier sound quality.

    It also sometimes makes this noise when scanning through the menu's =\

    Hmmmmm.....
     
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    You are very, very confused.
     
  16. Feels Good Man
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    Eh >___<

    EDIT - Oh lol my brother just told me what WAV file is. wtf was that other file then >__>.

    ok I feel like a dumbass haha