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Soundcard I am getting a hissing sound on headphones and when record something from my tv card the playback has interfering, like hissing sound

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I have found that sometimes this can be interference from your line input. If you don't use the hardware that is plugged into it(if any) when recording TV shows, then mute it in your sound card volume settings

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