- If you have no audio on some Twitch streams, that might be an issue with your browser.
- Another reason for the Twitch sound not working on some streams might be a problematic driver.
- An appropriate solution, if you have no audio in a stream, is to try using another browser.
- You should also try to use a dedicated software to update and fix your drivers.
However, some users have said in forum posts they can’t hear specific Twitch streams they follow.
That no sound Twitch issue has been more widely reported by users utilizing the platform in browsers.
How can I fix audio for Twitch streams
1. Use an alternative browser
You might find you can hear the same Twitch stream fine with a different browser.
The browser recommended below is a good alternative to Chrome that includes numerous features you won’t find in Google’s browser.
For instance, the mouse gestures, screenshot utility, and battery saver are three features that aren’t in Chrome.
This browser also packs in more built-in customization settings. Its users can configure various aspects of the UI and start page via the Settings tab as well keyboard shortcuts.
This awesome tool also includes a built-in dark mode, and its users can customize the browser with Chrome extensions.
We have to mention that GX is a special version of the browser more specifically designed for gaming.
Twitch is integrated and users can view Twitch streams for channels they follow directly from the sidebar in GX.
Other useful features:
- Users can search for specific tabs with the tab search tool
- Built-in, fully free VPN
- It includes a built-in ad-blocker for blocking ads
- The sidebar incorporates a built-in music player and messenger apps
Ensure a seamless Twitch experience by using the integrated features of Opera GX.
2. Update & fix audio device drivers
- Press Win + X on your keyboard.
- Choose Device Manager from the list.
- Find the audio device you want to update.
- Right-click on it, and choose Update Driver.
- Choose Search automatically for drivers.
- Install any recommended drivers.
If you want to simplify the process considerably and ensure a long-term solution to this issue, we recommend you try specialized driver updater software like DriverFix.
3. Select the stereo setting for audio devices
- Right-click the sound (speaker) icon on the Windows system tray.
- Next, click Open Sound settings to open Settings.
- Click Sound Control Panel to open the window shown directly below.
- Select the audio device you’re utilizing to listen to Twitch stream.
- Then click the Configure button.
- Select the Stereo option if it’s not selected.
- Then click Next > Finish to apply the new setting.
Note: This resolution is more specifically for users who need to fix streams’ sound for audio devices with surround sound enabled.
4. Disable audio enhancements
- Right-click the speaker icon on your system tray and select Sounds on the context menu.
- Then select the Playback tab.
- Right-click the listed audio device you’re utilizing and select Properties to open Speaker Properties.
- Select the Enhancements tab shown directly below.
- Select the Disable all enhancements checkbox.
- Click the Apply button.
- Press the OK button to close the window.
5. Reset your browser
- Click the Customize and Control Google Chrome menu button on the far right of that browser’s URL bar.
- Select Settings to open that tab in Chrome.
- Scroll down Settings and click Advanced.
- Then scroll further down and click the Restore settings to their original defaults option.
- Select the Reset settings option.
- Click the Open menu button on the right side of Firefox’s URL toolbar.
- Select the Help option.
- Then select Troubleshoot to open the tab in the shot directly below.
- Click Refresh Firefox to reset the browser.
- Press Edge’s Alt + F keyboard shortcut.
- Click Reset settings on the left of Settings tab.
- Select the Restore settings to their default values option.
- Press the Reset button to confirm.
6. Run the Playing Audio troubleshoot
- Press the Windows and R keyboard keys at the same time to open a search tool.
- Type troubleshoot in the search box.
- Then click Troubleshoot settings to open Settings as in the shot directly below.
- Select the Playing Audio troubleshooter, and press the Run the troubleshoot button.
The potential resolutions above might fix Twitch audio issues so that you can listen to certain streams once again.
If you still need other fixes, however, you can submit a support ticket via Twitch’s Contact Us page.