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802.11n
Posts: 325
Registered: ‎11-28-2011
Location: Russia
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Re: Edge 13 - AMD - Hiss / Distortion and EMI Noise on Speakers and Headphones

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xe77 wrote:

Resolved?

 

Ive been plauged by this issue since buy my Edge 13".

 

It appears that when I go into the Microphone properties and *check* "Listen to this Device" the high pitched sound goes away for good. You amy also notice that it goes away when you are on the "REcording" tab but none of the others.

 

Hope this fixes it for someone - let me know.

 

Windows 7 N - SP1 x64

Conexant 4.113.0.60 (Conexant CX20582 SmartAudio HD)


 

I can confirm that this workaround is functional. Thank you so much!

 

Edge 13 (221A13)

Windows 7 - SP1 x64

Blue Screen Again
Posts: 24
Registered: ‎11-21-2010
Location: The Netherlands
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Re: Edge 13 - AMD - Hiss / Distortion and EMI Noise on Speakers and Headphones

nope doesnt work, anybody else ideas?

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Paper Tape
Posts: 6
Registered: ‎08-13-2010
Location: Germany
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Re: Edge 13 - AMD - Hiss / Distortion and EMI Noise on Speakers and Headphones

Solution !!!

 

Live with it and never buy Lenovo again.

Punch Card
Posts: 6
Registered: ‎04-17-2010
Location: Romania
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Re: Edge 13 - AMD - Hiss / Distortion and EMI Noise on Speakers and Headphones

...and after 3 years of product usage, finally out of warranty and no reply or interest from Lenovo on this matter (like I said, design fault/error, EMI noise on the audio output - speaker and headphone/lineout) the problem still persists... The conclusion, combined with the serious degrading of quality in other product lines, like the famous and long lasting T series is that mentioned by you above - switch to something else...

Well, it seems to be a global trend today, in the consumer age.

 

All the best to you all!