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Silence when chewing something crunchy??

I know this sounds crazy, but I have found that if I chew something crrunch (say almonds or carrot sticks), my headphones go silent for like a second and then click back on. As I listen all day at work, and am quite a grazer, this is problematic.

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Most likely your battery is running low

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You paid good money for a noise-cancelling headset and it is just trying to do that; cancel noise.
The pickups used to find the level of noise and cancel it, don't really care if they are picking up crunching carrots or someone hammering nails; they cancel.
At the risk of sounding facetious, do you keep your mouth closed while chewing like our moms taught us? <grin> 

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When U Chew Something ur Jabda [Skull]
Ur Front Part is Connected with Back Side till Ears -
When u chew ur Ears get Packed that Means Somewhat
Not Problem or Miracle but Happens -
Means - - - - - Urrrrrrghhh - I Cannot Xplain but Can Stood -
Sorry not Helpless - Its Miracle -

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