I’m new here and kindda lost, so i posting this here, if it should be in other forum place, maybe admins will move it.
So i’m writing here to help people with a choppy sound problem. I found this solution way back then I was using ubuntu totally by accident and I think only few people knows it. Well at least this solution it is not in troubleshoot for sound in opensuse web page and as I see other solutions is useless, at least it didn’t helped for me. I finally decided to join opensuse community and help many people like me with a choppy sound. The trick is to disable auto mute mode in alsamixer. You have to download it first and install it. I’m still a noob in gnu/linux, so I don’t know in which repository alsamixer is
I see you didn’t understand me. I know there alsamixer is, I fixed my problem, I just wanted to share this information and hopefully it will be added in opensuse troubleshoot of choppy sound fix here: SDB:Audio troubleshooting - openSUSE. Because adding tsched=0, or changing sample rate to 48000 didn’t helped for me. cheers.
I forgot to mention, that the real problem is, that headphones is switching places with speakers(i have no idea why they do that) and disabling auto-mute( and as you said it could be not just in alsamixer, but in some other mixer, again, I have no idea why) helps to prevent it. The other solution i found just now is to set headphone level to 0 in gnome-alsamixer after permanently switching to opensuse. I guess you just have to disable headphones in one way or another.