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My Brookstone Bluetooth Headphones make static noises

Whenever I have the headphones turned on and connected, I hear a static-y noise coming out of the left earpiece. It does not change with the volume, and there is an occasional set of 3 beeps. Could someone help me (since Brookstone is bad enough to not have technical support visible on their own site) fix this please?

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  • Samoth Dec 31, 2012

    After looking around a bit, I've seen things other people have said that got me wondering. Perhaps this static noise supposed to be a part of the headphones? If it is, please let me know.

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I hope you have a clear picture now,
Regards, Waqar.

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