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If you have noise background, you most likely have 1 of 4 problems.
1) (most likely) need to charge/replace the headphone batteries
2) there's a fan on in your room/workspace and you need to get a wind screen for your microphone
3) your equalizer settings for the program you're using are set incorrectly (probably too much gain)
4) (least likely) there is a magnetic/electrical device between your headset and the usb receiver that is causing interference

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