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Static in Head Phones

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know hoe to fix it ?

If you find one you should marry her.

static sounds like headset is broken, try another pair.

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this will sound stupid but have you tried another pair of headset? Or speakers- static or no?

In my case it was a short in the line from the cable twisting and untwisting.

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No when the plane engine start it sounds

You may need to adjust volume of game sounds then. If you use teamspeak you probably know what I'm talking about. You try to get enough volume for one but blow the other into clipping.

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Is it USB or the old style stereo jack that will fit into a iphone jack. If it is the latter jack, make sure its plugged all the way in, it sometimes will do that when its partially plugged in, chicken focker!

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sounds like a connection issue. I know you just got a new rig so I would check that... next check your audio drivers.

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Are you using onboard sound? Are you plugging your headphones into a front jack, or directly into the back I/O ports?

The most common problem is that with most cases, even newer and high end name brand cases (Antec) the front I/O bay that have USB/headphone/mic do not have independent grounding for the devices. So anything that is connected to the motherboard from the front I/O bay can transfer static sound to the stereo jack. You can sometimes frequently hear static more pronounced when you move your mouse, or when there is activity on the HDD.

If you have ever worked with car audio, you can also hear transmission noise through the speakers due to incorrect grounding.

Solution? Plug your headphones into the rear jack.

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