Debian Bug 342869
This is still apparent in version 2.6
some audio files in lbreakout have strange sample rates (that is,
sample rates that do not fall in the usual family 16000 22050 24000
32000 44100 48000 ); some cheapo audio cards (such as those found in
notebooks and embedded in motherboards) do not natively support those
rates, and then ALSA has to resample on the fly (and, ALSA does not
use a good algorithm, so it degrades the audio a lot: I sometimes hear
buzzes and clicking sounds in the audio clips)
See the bug link above for suggestions on how to fix this.
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