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Buzzing in audio

My webcam has been fine, but now, out of nowhere, there is an annoying buzzing in the audio. What the... (the microphone is built-in).

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It sounds like there is power interference on the audio wire. To be sure try plugging in a headset mic and see if audio noise goes away. That will isolate it to your webcam, and if the wire in it has interference you'll probably have to get a new one as the cost of repair would exceed the cost of a new webcam. You can try the free webcam test tool to try different mic combinations and see how the audio sounds.

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