Some of the computers I listen to Pandora on have rather wimpy sound, even with Pandora's volume slider turned up to max, and the earbuds I'm using don't have any built-in volume control, so I've tried using a volume-booster extension to remedy this; unfortunately, they all appear to make Pandora go choppy when I turn them on. The browser I'm using is Google Chrome.

Why does using a volume booster make Pandora go choppy, and what can I do to fix this?

EDIT: I've tried two, both of them Chrome extensions: one of them is Volume Booster, and the other seems to have disappeared from the Chrome Web Store since yesterday.

  • Is the volume booster a piece of software or hardware? Can you show us what it looks like or link to the volume booster?
    – HackSlash
    Jun 26, 2018 at 23:08
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    Just a guess, but may be the plugin takes long enough to reprocess the audio (or there is some other technical issues in implementation) it's simply interferes with the stream. Jun 27, 2018 at 7:18


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