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I think after reading your question that your speakers cable may be short or join another line. As a result, it become earthing & create noise. So you can test it by a Multimeter. The multimeter indicator point place on X10 or X100. Then you can understand where the problem in your speakers line. thanks
The headset needs to connect to the computer not the camera. There should be a Mic jack on your computer. Usually the headphone and mic jack are next to each other. What kind of computer are you using?