I recently bought a mikomi USB Stereo Digital headset from Argos (lol dunno if this post is Amercan or not..) for £17.99 anyways I've had it for a few weeks and it has been working fine until today. When I plugged it into the USB port I got a constant buzzing through the headset which seemed to be effected by the mike not to sure... I tried plugging it into different ports with no change at all. This model I gather is supposed to be plug and play so I don't think I need any drivers or whatever. Anyways would appreciate sum help thanx.
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If left channel is clean but only the right is buzzing then it must be a wiring or connection problem.
First try a different headset ,but if that does not cure the 'buzz' then a bit more work will be required with the stereo socket where you plug the headset!
Based on your post/description, the Durabrand 2.0 CH USB Speaker System is a basic external speaker that plugs into your PC's speaker/headset output (green jack). It is supposed to get its power from the +5VDC supplied by the USB port. Some USB port have current limiting therefore it can be anywhere from 10 - 500 mA. The power requirement of your external Durabrand speaker maybe beyond what the PC's USB ports can supply. It does not need to be recognized by the OS since it only connects to the USB to get power but there is no data interaction.
Perhaps what you can do is get an external +5VDC power supply whose output is in USB type connector. The current rating would depend on the requirement of your speaker. Offhand, if the speakers are not that big, probably a 1 Amp would do.
This is of course assuming that the Durabrand speaker system is fully functional. If with an external power supply it is still a no go and you have verified that sound do come out of your green jack (with the use of an ordinary headset), then the Durabrand is defective.
Hope this be of help/idea. Post back how things turn up or should you need further information.
Good luck and kind regards.