not sure if somone already asked a similar question but here is my problem:
If someone in my channel starts talking I can hear a blob sound. That lasts only 0.5secs.
Its difficult to describe but it sounds like the sound is bass-boosted.
This sound does not appear in Discord but in Teamspeak 3 and 5
EDIT: Looks like the sound overdrives when someone starts talking
Happens with and without Automatic Volume Control
I use TS5 permanently and another colleague also uses TS5.
All others with the problem have switched back to TS3. There is not the problem!
With him the mentioned problem came up until today only once and that extremely loud (last week was that).
Otherwise, I must correct myself:
Since SchnitzelMS has addressed the problem. I also hear the problem, but not so loud. It comes it goes the problem. With me, it’s so minimal that I get that faded out in my head, but it’s THERE!
The last update with AGC has improved it minimally.
I really hope Teamspeak will address the problem and come up with a fix. Well actually I’m pretty sure Teamspeak can do it
But I’m also surprised that until today I haven’t read another post about it.
If my hardware is interesting:
Onboard sound chip: Realtek® ALC1220-VB codec
Mainboard: Gigabyte Aorus Z390 Pro (rev.1)
Headphones: Senheiser RS195 (Connected with SPDIF)
Microphone: Anthlion Mod Mic Wireless (USB Dongle)
And using Nvidia Broadcast for Filtering the Mic
I too have this issue and have had it at least since this post.
Based on my testing, it’s caused by the TS5 client of the person speaking. Does not happen when the speaking user is using TS3. Also seems to happen with everyone that uses the TS5 client.