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Static noise coming from headset. The headset has been making this noise for 3 or more days.


Most headphones (wireless) have a tuning wheel that allows you to find your headphone channel pair to base set. It sounds that while checking your foam ear piece you may have moved this dial / wheel. After locating (probably near volume) the control for tune, place headphones on and slowly move control for tuning. You should hear something move control to strongest signal.
your base also has settings switch for channel helpful if you have more then one pair in house, on different TV. Play with both to find best volume.

Sep 04, 2016 | Jabra GN9330 Wireless Headset

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Why do I get only static on Sennheiser 120 after replacing the batteries?


Sorry I have not had that problem with batteries but have had other noises and I usually stop using the headphones for a while and hang them up and start again.

Jun 03, 2014 | Sennheiser RS 120 Consumer Headphones

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Buzz coming from elec. guitar pickups only when using Aviom and headphones


It is a definite pickup grounding issue causing hum/"buzz" which diminishes when touching strings. Check the impedance of cable jack inputs and cable which should be 1/4"mono input/output jacks) . A personal preference but effective is to NOT run guitar direct into mixer but through an external amp w/ a headphone out jack . Noise gating/preamp filter also will help eliminate the "buzz"/noise from pickups. It is unfortunately the nature of the "electro-magnetic" beast when it comes to electric guitar pickups .Hope this helps.

Feb 23, 2014 | Aviom A16ii Personal Monitor Mixer 16...

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Headphone distortion and a hum sound feedback issue when using external speakers


Sometimes empty/unplugged channels introduce noise to the amplifier. You can always try to connect all of the input channels to some external mobile phone/mp3 player, etc. and then set these equipments to the minimum possible volume (mute if possible). This should remove the "atmospheric" audio noise.

Dec 27, 2013 | Hercules DJ Console RMX

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I have a Static noise coming from the right channel of my mixer. I hear it coming out the right speaker as well as the right ear of my headphones (jack). How can I fix this?


That sounds like a bad connection but it can also indicate your mixer has a problem. If it occurs on all channels it is the mixer, if only one then the problem is in the input. Check your cables, they are a big culprut in problems like this.

Jan 08, 2013 | Stanton SA-5 DJ Mixer

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All I can say is that when I press the pfl button on any fader to listen trough my headphones on the main mix I hear a flicker but only from the main mix. from the sub out it is clear and even from the aux...


Check that the noise is NOT a funtion of an "effect" that the MAIN runs through. Do you hear it via the main amps or is it just in the headphones from the main? Pressing a PFL for a channel should bring ONLY that channel into the headphones UNLESS other PFL's are down... and NOT affect the main. Something is not clear here.

Sep 06, 2011 | Soundcraft MPMi-12 12-channel Audio Mixer

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When I use the headphones listening to TV, I get the background sound (eg music) clearly but the dialogue is very low and drowned out by the background music or ambient sounds


It's because the TV's audio is stereo and the dialogue is mono split between two channels. When dialogue hits your headphones the majority of the mono signal gets cancelled. Try a different set of headphones or watch true stereo channels... IE movie channels

Apr 18, 2011 | Bose QuietComfort 2 Acoustic Noise...

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One channel dead - Aiwa NSX-D5 (RX-N5K amp)


When you put your headphones in does it switch off the speakers? If it does it could be a faulty headphone jack.

Jun 14, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Colors of the wires for CX 400 headphones


yellow and red-green are most likely grounds. red is normally the right channel and green is normally the left channel. quick question though, why on earth would you cut the plug off of a pair of 75-90$ headphones?

Apr 15, 2010 | Sennheiser CX 400 Headphones

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Noisy channel of receiver


Generally, crackling noises come from anyplace there is a mechancial connection for the sound signal. The volume control, main/remote speaker switch and possibly the headphone jack. That is where the contacts must be cleaned, but it requires dissassembly. Try operating the main/remote speaker switches, and plug/unplug a headphone several times. I am assuming there is still audio behind that crackling. Are you using both main and remote speakers simultaneously?

Apr 09, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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