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Static in headphones

I just reinstalled my drivers for creative sound blaster audigy 2zs gamer. All i get is static in the headphones. Do you know what maybe causing this issue?
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I get the same issue. I think its the headsets itself. I have no problem with any other headset but this one is just static.

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