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Crackling When the headphone plug turns in socket or moves a little, the audio makes a crackling noise, occasionally resulting in one side earphones going out.

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Either you have a short in the wire of your earphones or were the female plug is in the player needs to be soldered inside the player

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I have vms4 decks, when i play a tune on my right deck i get serious crackling noise out of my speakers and headphones...any advice please guys?


Have you tried isolating the problem, like switching cables from the left side that is not making noise? Also check connections,
I say this all the time and use all the time.... electronics spray contact cleaner, usually takes care of crackling noises
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My Roland FP8 plays very quietly through its own speakers, through an external amp & speaker and through the earphones. There is a hissing/crackling/static sound too from the speakers. Anyone


A number if things can be wrong with it, from the audil preamp to the the audio amplifier. Even as simple as a bad volume control. Does the actual noise change patterns when you move the volume?

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I have an audio technica ath-anc7b noise canceling headphone. There is a crackling sound when I tap lightly on the left hand side of the earphone. There may be something loose. How can I open the cas


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Allan, It sounds like you have what is called a ground loop. A ground loop can occur when two pieces of equipment are connected together through a home or buildings safety ground through the same power source. For instance, your PC is connected to a power source through the AC adapter or plug, and your external powered speakers are receiving power from the same power source. The surrounding cables as well as the AC adapter(s) can act like an antenna. This will cause a low hum or crackling that would be audible through the speakers or headphones.

You may want to try plugging all components into a power strip so they are all on the same circuit. You may also want to be sure that the AC adapter cables are not not laying or running across other electrical components plugged into a different socket.

If you get the same hum through your headphones check to see if the headphones were manufactured with shielded cabling. A shielded cable is made with a wire mesh around the outside that helps reduce electrical noise. Hope this helps a little. Thanks!

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If the crackling occurs only when opening windows or another program, the crackling is not due to the headphones but to a lack of CPU resources in your computer settings.
If you are in Windows 7,
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  2. Click Adjust visual effects. 18abb370-ac1e-4b6b-b663-e028a75bf05b_48.jpg If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
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Have you tried some headphones directly into the headphones socket? Does the sound still crackle? Usually 'crackle' is associated with dodgy leads and you will be able to hear the lead responding to movement by crackling more, a hissy sound often means that there is a fault with the socket and sometimes removing and reconnecting the jack into the socket a few times will help this. If it sounds like hiss with little pops it's usually electrical interference and could mean a bad earthing in the circuit somewhere

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if the set has a headphone socket try that with some headphones if noise vanishes then is probably a loose speaker nacelle if noise is in headphones this is a set issue check all connections are good my set occasionally gets a loose hdmi connection this affects the sound badly.

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Hello Rachel, I use my QC3 for 2.5 years Mon-Fri for 3 hours a day. I have the same problem when battery is weak and/or it is cold outside. The cracking nose stops for me if battery fully charged. This is known problem andBose put it in the manual.
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