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I have a buzzing noise in my ear force x1 headset for xbox in the right ear.

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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!

Posted on Apr 18, 2008

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I have a b&k 307 that's makes the buzzing noise. How can i check the fault/short in the receiver.


If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/

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Acoustic solutions as122 40w x1 , 20w x3 . awfull buzz/hum on right channel output similar to the hum from a 50hz strip light


You're half-way there. Web search "audio system hum" and factor in those things that match your scenario.

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Buzzing is usally AC line noise leaking into an un-shielded cable somewhere or a floating ground. If the AC plug is reversable, try that. Sometimes the buzz is from an attached device. Make sure all audio cables are plugged in tightly at each end and routed away from or at right angles to any power cords and away from other sources of strong magnetic fields like TV's. I've also seen variable track lights induce noise but it's usually minor.



If it still does it with no cables or anything external attached it's an internal problem.

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Onkyo tx-sr606 receiver buzz


This kind of noise can be caused by a transformer that was poorly made. Iron core transformers are normally 'potted' in a vacuum so that epoxy (or lacquer) is forced into the laminations to prevent them from trying to vibrate with the line frequency.
If you are adventurous, remove the housing, turn on the power and using an insulating probe such as a plastic rod (a plastic picnic knife will work), place the tip of it on any larger parts you see and place the other end behind your ear. This will carry the sound in a more directional manner to your ear. You should be able to locate the source of the buzz.
If you can, and it turns out to be a transformer, it will probably have a metal shield around it so it might not be possible to gain access to the laminations. If the shield isn't ultra tight, you might be able to flow some 'Super Glue' into the cracks and with luck, 'glue' the laminations together. Super Glue (or equivalent) is a good insulator so will not cause any electrical problems but take care not to get it on any plastics that are exposed with the housing on, it will cloud them forever.

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Alot of loud feedback through speakers, a loud buzzing noise


What sources make it happen or which do not? All buzzing = something in the amplifier end. is it from all speakers or just one?
One external source= RCA cables not grounded. Reconnect them tightly with a twisting motion to wipe off oxidation.

Apr 10, 2009 | Onkyo TX-SR606 Receiver

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Identifying left and right ear for sound


Hi Jscreamer

Turn the balance control from left to right, The sound should fade from left to right in the same direction you turn the balance control. If it does not, then you got em on the wrong way about. They often fit better the right way around too.

regards
robotek

Jun 08, 2008 | Audio & Video Receivers

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HELP my headset is buzzing lol!!!!


try muting the mic under windows sound properties then unmuting it , or uncheck the 20% mic boost, also you can try reinstalling your sound drivers, they may have gotten corrupted

Mar 31, 2008 | Audio & Video Receivers

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I need help!!! my headset is buzzing lol


check the audio setting. If AUX is turned on instead of Microphone, it will cut out because its waiting for an input from another source.

make sure the LINE-IN isnt turned on or the S/pdif-in.

Only have on the ( PLAYBACK, WAVE, CD AUDIO, MIDI, and Microphone. And there not muted or turned down.


If its USB it may need drivers but they should have come on a CD with it.

Also make sure that if your using sound card, that its set up in the audio properties to be the audio renderer

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It works fine for a couple of minutes the starts to hum. If you turn up the volume it masks the noise but is till audible, also the video switching cuts out. after examining the components I have seen some heat discoloration in the power suply area and believe it to be power for the video board. disconecting the ribbon cable form the video board the hum goes away, and so does any video wich does'nt matter for me because my monitor1.gif does all the HD video1.gif switching. hope this may help with some noise problems.

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Try to see if the reciever will make the buzzing/noise without anything connected to it except power, and speakers. Tune into a local radio station and see if the noise continues. If the noise has stopped, then you know there is an issue with the player or cable.

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