Static sound playing mp3's

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Oct 19, 2007

Static sound playing mp3's by wifi1 at 8:24 PM (1,161 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. wifi1
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    I never noticed it before, but now, when there is silence either in the beginning or end of an mp3 song, there's a static-y sound. I only picked it up today. It's really noticeable, so I don't think it's a bitrate thing, since I never heard it before. I have a CycloDS v1.13 with a MIJ Kingston 2GB. I will check if this happens on an R4 and on the computer when I have access to them again.
     
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    Nothing here on my R4, everything works fine. Maybe try redownloading/reinstalling Moonshell, or it may be the actual songs itself.
     
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    Okay so I checked on my computer and the R4. The mp3's are fine, since I played it on the computer through the SD card itself and I could hear no static. Using my R4, I also hear the static-y cracking sounds. I think I solved my problem, at least mediate it. I am using Moonshell version 1.71, and with max volume on the DS, and x12 through moonshell, I would hear the noise easily. But if I adjust the DS volume but play at 100x, then the noise is not as noticeable even at the same volume output in my earphones. I also can hear it through the DS speakers, but it's less noticeable. Anyone care to add input? It's probably Moonshell, at least version 1.71.
     
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    Yah, I would think so too. Try redownloading Moonshell, and use different types of music files, like ogg, wav...
     
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    It's due to the sound hardware of the DS itself, and it's not something that can be avoided. I'd recommend leaving Moonshell's internal volume at 100% to prevent distortion caused by software amplification.
     
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    yes as he said, unfortunately.

    its no error on your part.

    it should be barely perceptible.
     

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