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Static noise in headphones over music

Very loud static noise when headphones are connected to my audio output. It is so loud that it in fact almost mutes the music. I think that it might be the AC adapter or some wiring, almost like when earphones start to experience the same problem. Please help me, greatly appreciate it!

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Well dumby all you got to do is get some new headphones, it's like 10$ stupid

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