Question about Sennheiser HD 465 Headphones
I have some HD 465 headphones -have slight buzzing type noise in left channel on lower frequencies. What is this likely to be?
Thanks in advance,
PS live in West London
This could be due to a faulty cable, which doesn't have
proper grounding or the ground wire got cut somehow. Try replacing the cables with similar ones, if you can. If this is not possible,
test your headphones on a friend's computer. or use a speaker to the same device ou are connecting your headphones now and see if the problem is the same.
You may have some power wires run along side your headphone wire. If headphone wires and power wires are routed the same way the headphone's whatever channel is bound like that will pick up electrical interference.
Grounding is the problem. Your headphone needs to have proper grounding wire.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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