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HOW CAN I FIX THE BUZZING SOUND IN MY HEADPHONES? ITS TO THE POINT OF NOT WANTING THEM ANYMORE. THANKS......

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Its running on 900mhz, a frequency shared by many things, eg amature radio, cordless phones. try move it around and see which gives the least interference

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1. Have you tried a different pair of headphones thru the same jack?, Is it buzzing as well? Then its not the headphones. If the buzzing stops with a different pair, then we proceed to to headphones in question.

so , headphones are buzzing. Both sides? if yes , or even 1-side, then yes, it is a ground issue. can you expose the wiring at the input jack?
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I had to take mine apart and re-solder the headphone jack. It was amazingly easy, but if you don't do electronics repairs, I would suggest getting help. Everything is very tiny! This type of head phone jack is modular and soldered directly to the tiny internal circuit board. It is poorly anchored by the outside of the case where you plug into it, so most of the stress of pluggin and unplugging the headphones is put directly on the three tiny little solder joints. This causes one (or more) of them to break eventually. Mine lasted only about two months. And, I was carefull very gentle with it! This will cause one side or the other, or both speakers to lose their signal so that only one side works or worse, niether side works anymore. Consequently, I don't unplug mine anymore. If it breaks again, I may try to fix it. It only takes a few minutes. But, I'm hoping I don't ever get to that point.

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