Audio / Video Lag & Chop on WiFi

Why it happens

WiFi signals are not stable and can be affected by people, radio signals such as mobile phones, the environment, walls, appliances, and pretty much anything else that is in between your computer and the router.


What could be causing it?

There could be 2 reasons for this, 1) your WiFi signal is being degraded between your device and the router, and/or 2) your upload speeds are too slow.


What's the fix?

  1. Ditch the WiFi. Connect to the internet by directly connecting to your router via ethernet cable. Learn how to connect to your router from anywhere in the home.

  2. If you have to use Wifi then we strongly suggest you use the 5g network available now in most routers as it can handle 10x the speed.

  3. If you are already on the 5g network, refresh your modem and router by disconnecting them for at least 30 seconds. If that does not help, contact your Internet Service Provider for more information.

  4. Relocate the router to a new location and see if your bandwidth improves.


Need a new router?

Here are a few to choose from.


Is your router too far for a cable?

Try a powerline ethernet adapter! It turns your electric lines into an ethernet cable.


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