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Chirping noise I have noise canceling headphones that recently started making a chirping noise every 4-5 sec. This happens whenever the headphones are turned on, whether or not they are plugged into a source.

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There's probably a bug in your ear buds

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Please ask someone else.

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SOURCE: plastic strip on headbank broke off. this has boze

Check this site:http://www.my3cents.com/showReview.cgi?id=14258 Try www.Bose.ca or www.Bose.com

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