Synthead Posted August 24, 2021 Share Posted August 24, 2021 When using my Vive Pro with the wireless adapter, the sound sometimes cuts out constantly. This is difficult to describe, so here's a video: https://youtu.be/KZDQKww6FeA And here's my SteamVR console output when this happens: https://gist.githubusercontent.com/synthead/a1d4c12ed0eb310f6e97a16ce3be28ef/raw/13d688804c7503d440ec3af9548b1867ceab1dc5/gistfile1.txt For some reason, it either has the problem constantly during gameplay, or it doesn't. In other words, if it doesn't happen to be doing it, I can play for an entire session with no problems. But if it is acting up, it will not resolve itself. This is not CPU-dependent, either. I played No-Man's Sky yesterday at settings that were way too high for my system, and it was reprojecting terribly. When this was going on, the audio never cut out. I really like the wireless system, and have been dedicated to trying to find a solution. I actually have three sets of wireless adapters that I've mixed and matched parts with. I have gone as far as replacing all the parts, but the problem remains, so I am almost certain that it's software-related at this point. In addition to replacing the system, here are the things I've tried with no success: - Adding fans - Setting process priorities - Putting the wireless card into different slots - Reinstalling software and drivers - Restarting - Changing modes in the adapter settings - Disabling the camera - Disabling audio devices I am not using - Setting the audio devices to different bit rates and depths - Changing various settings in the BIOS I am so overwhelmed by this problem. It's so incredibly frustrating. VR is unplayable with the audio behaving like this. Is there anything I should inspect or try? Edit: This seems to be related: https://forum.vive.com/topic/6291-vive-pro-wireless-jitter-stutter-every-3-seconds/ Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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