09-23-2018 09:28 AM - edited 09-23-2018 09:58 AM
So the Yoga 920 has Dolby Atmos integrated, but I've read everywhere that is meant to be used with headphones and my laptop uses the Dolby Atmos with its own JBL speakers, it makes a big difference but I don't know if this is normal and I've noticed a tiny clicking noise when adjusting the volume on youtube and also in some other videos when a certain frequency is reproduced.
I don't know if its normal for the Yoga 920 to use Dolby Atmos for the speakers or something went wrong and it damaged the computer, the clicking noise comes from the earphones too so the JBL speakers can't be the problem.
In fact, I just noticed that there no difference in sound when Dolby Atmos is activated or deactivated when using the headphones, maybe the software got "confused" and think the speakers use Dolby and not the headphones.
I need a Yoga 920 owner to please listen to the intro of this youtube video and tell me if there's a clicking noise in those first 3 seconds to see if its normal or my audio is distorted.
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09-23-2018 09:27 PM
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Have you tried updating the audio driver? If you haven't you may download the driver here. In case, still doing the same thing, we suggest bringing the laptop to our service center for further diagnosis and for repair options. Here are the lists of our service centers just filter it by country or city and look for a center that caters IdeaPad/Yoga series.
09-23-2018 09:53 PM