I have this unusual problem that I cannot understand with fresh install upgrade to Fedora Design Suite 32. I installed some media players like:Clementine, Amarok, Banshee through Software application and/or dnf.
Bizarre problem with these players and also noticed the same when going online to You Tube and playing music there. When I first start playing anything through audio (Media Players or You Tube) I’ll hear a short double click, selected music will play okay yet when stopping the players or at the end of a song on You Tube and clicking back to menu after a short pause on start a clicking pulsing noise will start up and will not stop until I unplug the cable connected to the Stereo speaker (lime green) external audio jack connector. After moving this out and then re-plugging the noise will stop until I start using the Media Players again or at You Tube select another recording to play.
I have three other operating systems on this desktop computer (an older HP with Intel Pentium D CPU, 3.2 GB RAM, Radeon HD 5000 series R5 220 add on graphics card, and integrated audio card). When using the same media players on any of the other operating systems (AV Linux 2018, Debian 9.4 Stretch, Windows XP) they do not have this problem, everything runs okay and normal. I would conclude that I am either missing some driver- audio and/or lib package, or their is some kind of flaw in this Fedora 32 operating system, perhaps some kernel upgrade that is incompatible with my older desktop architecture? Upgraded with fresh install from Fedora 27 (with version 27 I had total repositories manually installed into the home directory, no longer available through OS Discs therefore this upgrade involved a live version on thumb drive of Fedora 32 Design Suite). Never had this problem with the clicking noise in the older Fedora 27 operating system.
Anyone able to help me solve this problem?