Dolphin Emulator is a cross-platform, open-source video game console emulator. But recently many users have been complaining about the audio sound crackling, and spluttering in the Dolphin Emulator.
If you are also facing the audio sound issue in Dolphin Emulator then here are some simple and easy tips and tricks to solve the issue.
Without any further ado, let’s get started:
How To Solve Audio Sound In Dolphin Emulator Crackling
In this guide, we shall help you fix the Audio Sound In Dolphin Emulator crackling issue. The first and foremost step is to check the version of the Dolphin emulator. If it is a developer version, then click the config tab from the quick access toolbar.
- Click on the Audio tab from the menu and from the DSP emulation engine checkmark option named DSP HLE.
- Set the audio backend to WASAPI.
- Next set the latency at 50.
- Select the high-definition audio device from the backend settings.
- Click on the Advanced tab from the quick access toolbar.
- In the new window, set the CPU emulation engine to JIT Recompiler for x86-64 from the drop-down menu.
- Click the General tab from the toolbar.
- From the Basic section tap on the enable dual core option.
- Go to the quick access toolbar.
- Click on the interface tab.
- See that all these options are checkmarked.
- Click the graphic tab from the Dolphin menu.
- Set the backend as Vulkan.
- Adapter as Nvidia GeForce GTX 750.
- Also the aspect ratio to Auto.
- Click the enhancement tab from the quick access toolbar.
- Set the Internal resolution to native (640 x 528) from the enhancements section.
- Tap on the Hacks tab from the menu.
- Click on the toggle named Skip EFB access from the CPU from the section of the embedded frame buffer.
- Click the Close button to close this window.
Stable Dolphin Emulator Version
- On the stable Dolphin emulator version
- Click the config tab from the quick access toolbar.
- Click the Audio tab from the menu.
- Tap on DSP HLE emulation (fast).
- Set the Audio backend to openAL and the latency rate to 20.
- Click on the General tab
- Tap on enable dual core (speedup) from settings.
- Checkmark the JIT Recompiler from the advanced settings.
- Set the speed limit to 100%.
- Tap on the graphic tab from the Dolphin menu.
- Set the backend to direct 3D 12.
- Adapter to Nvidia GeForce GTX 750
- And aspect ratio to auto.
- Click the enhancement tab from the toolbar.
- Set the Internal resolution to 640 x 528.
- Click the Hacks tab from the menu.
- Tap on toggle Skip EFB access from CPU from the embedded frame buffer.
- Click on the close button.
- Right-click on the desktop
- Tap on display settings.
- Upon reaching the new window
- Scroll down and select Graphic Settings.
- Tap on the remove button and delete your old Yuzu user emulator.
- Next, click the browse button from the menu.
- Click on the recently downloaded dolphin emulator.
- Add the latest version
- Tap on the options button
- Select the high-performance option from the menu.
- Tap on save.
- Tap the Windows button from the tasks bar
- Search for the device manager from the start menu.
- Click on the device manager.
- Click the display adapters tab.
- Right-click the installed adapter driver
- Select properties from the menu.
- Next, click the driver tab from the toolbar.
- Ensure that you have the latest drivers installed.
- To update your driver
- Click the details tab from the menu.
- Copy the text from the value section
- Paste it into the browser
- Search for the latest GPU driver and check.
Hope this solves your issue and you are able to enjoy playing games once again without any glitches.
What Is A Dolphin Emulator?
Dolphin Emulator is an open-source video game console emulator. With the Dolphin Emulator, it’s easier to play your favourite games on a PC and other devices. The free emulator runs on Windows, macOS, and Android. The Dolphin emulator allows PC gamers to enjoy games in full HD (1080p).
Features of Dolphin Emulator
- Play region-locked games.
- Cheat codes with Action Replay and Gecko.
- Map functions of real GameCube controllers.
- Support Wii Nunchuk, Classic Controller, Turntable, and more.
- Enhances the graphics quality of your games.
- Allows you to load custom texture maps.
How to Download and Install Dolphin Emulator
- Click on the Download button on the sidebar.
- Go to the official Dolphin Emulator page.
- Click on the download button.
- Go to the download folder
- Extract the Dolphin Emulator software
- Double-click on the dolphin folder
- Select the Dolphin Emulator .exe file
- Run it to install the software.
Once the Dolphin Emulator opens, you will be prompted to load your game content. You’ll need to buy games as Dolphin Developers frown at downloading commercial games.