(Ubuntu 21.04) RPi4 audio is slow and crackling

Bug #1926906 reported by Hedda Frauk on 2021-05-02
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pulseaudio (Ubuntu)

Bug Description

I'm using a Raspberry Pi 4. After updating from Ubuntu 20.10 to 21.04, I noticed audio problems.
The sound is slow and crackling.

I'm using the headphone jack and the config.txt option:

If I start a video or audio file in VLC player and select the VLC options:
Output module: ALSA Audio Output
Device: bcm2835 Headphones, bcm2835 Headphones Default Audio Device

Then the playback speed seems to be normal but the "electric" crackling in voices remains.
And system-wide the problem persists, too.

Hedda Frauk (heddi98) on 2021-05-02
description: updated

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tags: added: bot-comment
Hedda Frauk (heddi98) on 2021-05-02
affects: ubuntu → pulseaudio (Ubuntu)
tags: added: raspi-image
Hedda Frauk (heddi98) wrote :

I've tested this workaround and the sound is now normal:

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