hi,mikiec66 said:Have you tried an external mic?
Signed up here specifically for this thread. It appears to be getting more attention here than the other GoPro forums.Gustl82 said:I have just spoken with my engineering contact about your trouble, and apparently we have just recently found that this issue can be caused by electrical interference from some cars.
Our engineering team is looking to see if we can reduce this interference by filtering out parts of the audio during processing, by making adjustments to the camera's software. Should this be possible, we'll have a free firmware update in the future to optimize the camera's audio for such situations.
i think not, i have the silver with the last firmware update from 14feb2013 and the problem still exists.IIIIMadMikeIIII said:Glad to see this thread really took off. Has anyone heard anything further for a fix?
you are right, its the low freq (bass) processing. i also have the crackling riding my bicycle (no RF near).Shadetree930 said:GoPro support wants me to believe it is an RF problem in my camera. I strongly disagree. I have the same problem in more than one vehicle, and one of them is low tech, no fancy electronics to be found in that car. I believe it is the way the camera processes low frequency sound..