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    Dear all,
    Please refer to below link
    https://rog.asus.com/motherboards/ro.../helpdesk_bios
    under BIOS& Firmware there is an update
    "ALC4080/ALC4082 audio FW update tool
    Fixed SPDIF playing music is noisy"
    Please kindly install it.
    Thank you so much

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi everyone,

    Here is the fix (by firmware update) :
    Thanks!

    I was about to reply that I've run 0707 for 1 day and already the audio failed again.

    I have run the above patch from v6 to v13 it looks like.

    So far so good... hopefully its fixed it for good.

    Cheers!

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    Thank you very much for the fix!
    I will test it, if it fails - I will write about it here.

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    Updated and using it for the last two days, everything seems to be in order, zero noise.

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    Hello world, i have the same static problem here Asus strix Z590-E. But with AUX speakers, this started to happen after i updated with the firmware, shouldn't did it, but i did just because i like everything up to date. I did not have this problem before, is there a way to rollback?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kobpukcnc View Post
    Hello world, i have the same static problem here Asus strix Z590-E. But with AUX speakers, this started to happen after i updated with the firmware, shouldn't did it, but i did just because i like everything up to date. I did not have this problem before, is there a way to rollback?
    What do you mean by AUX speakers, is it the LINE OUT audio jack?

    I'm using this output to feed an external amp which powers a buttkicker. Did not have any problem since the firmware update (neither before the update, except for the optical output). And I hope I'll never meet this problem on the line out audio jack while connected to the buttkicker

    If it ever happens, i'll report here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kobpukcnc View Post
    Hello world, i have the same static problem here Asus strix Z590-E. But with AUX speakers, this started to happen after i updated with the firmware, shouldn't did it, but i did just because i like everything up to date. I did not have this problem before, is there a way to rollback?
    The firmware update solves the issue, it does not create it. I had this issue with the optical port and it was immediate solved after the flash. Reflash your board and if that does not solve it, your issue lies somewhere else in your system.
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    Angry Sound Firmware issue

    I don't suggest to upgrade new sound firmware.
    I have z590-e motherboard and upgraded sound firmware. I have an issue to use front audio panel. When i use front 3.5mm jack, i am getting static sound. Back panel has not any issue.
    Before upgrade new firmware, i don't have this issue. One friend also mention above that aux port has static noise when he upgraded firmware.

    What i try to solve this issue (and not successful):
    -Format windows and clean installation
    -Try to use all realtek and windows drivers. (clean remove and clean install)
    -Try to change some sound setting on windows (hibernation, sound effects etc.)
    -Try to install old bios (0605)
    -Try different headphone (new and old) on the same jack.

    Temporary Solution:
    This sound does not appear next to an active sound. (no matter volume was high or low or mute)
    If you open youtube or play song or playing "Audio Troubleshoot on windows10", this terrible static sound is gone.
    I think it is related power issue. Sound card is sleeping or something.

    I need downgrade firmware. But there is not any file on asus download page.
    I hope Asus help me...
    Last edited by narsil06; 06-13-2021 at 03:02 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feklar View Post
    The firmware update solves the issue, it does not create it. I had this issue with the optical port and it was immediate solved after the flash. Reflash your board and if that does not solve it, your issue lies somewhere else in your system.
    Sorry but you are wrong, it creates an issue with line in port

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    Quote Originally Posted by narsil06 View Post
    I don't suggest to upgrade new sound firmware.
    I have z590-e motherboard and upgraded sound firmware. I have an issue to use front audio panel. When i use front 3.5mm jack, i am getting static sound. Back panel has not any issue.
    Before upgrade new firmware, i don't have this issue. One friend also mention above that aux port has static noise when he upgraded firmware.

    What i try to solve this issue (and not successful):
    -Format windows and clean installation
    -Try to use all realtek and windows drivers. (clean remove and clean install) ( Thanks to @MoKiChU)
    -Try to change some sound setting on windows (hibernation, sound effects etc.)
    -Try to install old bios (0605)
    -Try different headphone (new and old) on the same jack.

    Temporary Solution:
    This sound does not appear next to an active sound. (no matter volume was high or low or mute)
    If you open youtube or play song or playing "Audio Troubleshoot on windows10", this terrible static sound is gone.
    I think it is related power issue. Sound card is sleeping or something.

    I need downgrade firmware. But there is not any file on asus download page.
    I hope Asus help me...
    So it does not solve the issue for analog output, but actually makes it worse, because they didnt pay attention to the people with analog who reported this issue and only cared about the ones with optical, and believed the casual analog users here who tried to claim analog doesnt have this issue.
    Thanks for sharing, Ill skip this until they fix their crap, or even switch to a different mainboard. This is getting ridiculous.
    Last edited by iisd; 06-02-2021 at 09:45 PM.

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