Every time i start new audio (video, youtube, mp3) my speakers start making “POOP” it’s 1/ms but it’s annoying.
I don’t get this “bumppp” if i pause and start the sound again
It is like they were not on electric tension from linux and when I start playing anything energy comes and make this sound.
I am not talking about low noise like “zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz all the time”
paru -S manjaro-pipewire
pactl info : Server Name: PulseAudio (on PipeWire 0.3.64)
This tutorial may give you some insight regarding your issue with pipewire:
This tutorial will help you get rid of crackling/popping issues in PipeWire and PipeWire-Pulse, as well as replace PulseAudio with PipeWire.
Note: This guide was written for pipewire with pipewire-media-session, not wireplumber, if you have wireplumber installed some of the configs will be at different locations, under different names using different formatting (For instance /usr/share/pipewire/media-session.d/alsa-monitor.conf would now be at /usr/share/wireplumber/main.lua…
lool as french poop or pop is the same sound
I got this problem when i siwtched to my new amd system and used digital audio connection. Ignored it for years, but some months ago decided to take a look and the fix was quite simple, disable the power saving feature of PA. I don’t remember exact feature name nor where i saw it mentioned, but should be quite easy to find spending some time with google.
edit: it was the first one here
How to disable power savings in Linux | Audio Science Review (ASR) Forum
If the speakers were making a ‘POOP’ noise before you replaced PulseAudio with PipeWire, I suggest you disable power-saving in ALSA first
sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/hda-no-suspend.conf <<< 'options snd_hda_intel power_save=0 power_save_controller=N'
Pops when starting and stopping playback - Advanced Linux Sound Architecture - ArchWiki
If the noise started only after installing PipeWire, there is more than one way to disable suspend-timeout function, depending on which session-manager PipeWire is using -
pipewire-media-session or wireplumber
Noticeable audio delay or audible pop/crack when starting playback - PipeWire - ArchWiki @varikonniemi
Simpler method to disable power saving in Pulseaudio:
PulseAudio has a module to suspend audio sinks (outputs) after a few seconds when devices are idle
Try removing the module temporarily first:
pacmd unload-module module-suspend-on-idle
If that works to eliminate the noise use this command to comment out the module load command in PulseAudio configuration:
sudo sed -i '/load-module module-suspend-on-idle/s/^/#/' /etc/pulse/default.pa