Question about Sony Bud Style Headphones
I have some of these headphones, I've had some before and somebody broke them so I bought a new pair and I was watching some videos today and they started making this annoying clap, click or pop noise ( whatever u want to call it.) I tried it on two different computers but the noise persists. so what's going on?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If they're clean (i.e. not scratched up or dirty) store-bought CDs (burnt CDs can be iffy in some players), then yes you should return it.
Posted on Sep 19, 2007
Is the noise audible through the speakers or is it a physical clicking directly from inside the receiver?
If the former, what source(s) do it and are they digital or analog?
It doesn't appear there is a fan so NO physical noises should emanate from the receiver. I'd suspect an arcing component or something electrical. THAT might be dangerous to the receiver or even a fire hazard. Get it looked at.
Posted on Feb 24, 2010
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