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    Loud noise crackling sounds while scrolling timeline
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    I use Davinci Resolve on a PC. External focusrite 2i1 soundcard and yamaha HS8 monitors.

    The speakers crack while scrolling the timeline and when I shut the system off.
    Both PC, soundcard and speakers take their power from the same power outlet.

    It is starting to annoy me. Any suggestions to solve this problem?

    Thanks.
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    The scrolling issue is probably software, drivers, NLE, or OS and I would complain and see what happens. The off issue? Speakers/ amps should be shut off before the computer so that is kind of on you. But maybe that setup doesn't have a decent way to shut down the speakers first?

    In an old school analog set up you turn things on and off in a certain sequence, if you can't do that then?
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    It's a known issue with the latest DaVinci Resolve. Look at the Resolve forum:
    https://forum.blackmagicdesign.com/viewforum.php?f=21 .


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    No more scrolling noise, don't know why. But this is what I did and it helped:
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    The switches are connected with some power distribution units. Now I can switch displays, audio and other gear separately.
    By the way, the behringer Midi controller works fine with fairlight.


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