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HI THERE, I HAVE A PROBLEM WITH MY JVC CORDLESS HEADPHONES MOD.HA-W600RF; IT HAPPENS THAT I LISTEN A LOT OF STATIC NOISE WHEN I USE THEM, AND AFTER 1 HOUR OR MORE, THIS NOISE INCREASES VERY MUCH, AND THEN IT'S ONLY NOISE WHAT I CAN HEAR!, THEY ARE WELL CONNECTED, AND ALL THOSE THINGS ARE OK, WHAT CAN I DO??, I HAVE ONLY 4 MONTHS WITH THEM AND AT THE BEGINNING THERE WAS NO PROBLEM AT ALL

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Hello, from my experience , some times its the batteries, when they get weak, that will happen. I have headset like that I use in my band i play in. Here is what happens to me, just like your problem. like i said earlier, batteries, or sometimes, there is something i have just recently installed in my house or moved in my house that is interrupting the frequency. The units are all based on a frequency like a garage door opener. I even one time kept during band rehearsal couldn't figure out why at a certain time i would get this static, come to find out, it was by daughter home at time of my practice, that was using hair dryer. What I did to solve this, was on my unit i can tweak or adjust on head phone and unit a different frequency, and dial it in. Also sometimes if you move your base station and put it on different outlet that is not on same circuit will solve problem. Please try some of these suggestions and see if any of there help you..... Thanks Mike.

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