Noise suppression is a major PITA with a gen1 kickr. I turn the gain all the way down on the mic itself (yeti), so I have to be very close to speak which helps quite a bit… but it’s only so much. I also run my audio through Reaper with some suppression and other filters which helps a little too… but it’s still very difficult to get the whine out of the audio. Fan noise is much easier because it’s constant… kickr noise changes with speed, so it’s impossible to notch it out. So yeah, when my mic opens it picks up the other stuff, but it’s the best I can do. Interesting thing is the built in audio suppression and gate from Discord is very good, so the audio chatter into the voice channel is actually better than my OBS streaming feed.
I have noticed my audio doesn’t sync exactly… that 80ms might be the answer! I’ll have to mess around with it sometime. Good idea.
Yeah @Kev-stephen, like Ian says I used Banana to mix all the audio to/from the correct sources. It’s actually a little bit complicated to get running correctly. Easy enough to think through it all… but in practice, it may drive you batty at first. Once it’s setup it rocks though… other than when Windows Update decides to nuke all your audio settings and resets everything.