I have tried all pc settings for webcam and headset and come to the conclusion the only thing the interference can be attributed to is my internet connection. How can I test the VOIP capabilities of my service ?
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I have the same problem, but only in Windows, and only on my laptop (It's a Compaq 515). I do not get the problem if I pair it with my phone, or if I plug the receiver into any of my other computers. The big thing is: If I reboot into Linux, the noise stops.
Verify there is nothing plugged into the headset port, including headsets, headphones, or adapters. Original iPhone only: While on the Home screen, adjust the volume buttons. If you see the icon below, indicating that headphones are attached, there may be debris in the headset port:
To remove debris in the headset port, try connecting a pair of headphones to the headset port and then remove the headphones. Repeat this several times. If you have paired with a Bluetooth headset that is nearby, either use the headset or turn Bluetooth off (choose Settings > General > Bluetooth). If that doesn't work, try restarting the iPhone. Hold the Sleep/Wake button until "slide to power off" appears. Slide to power off your device. When it is off, press the Sleep/Wake button to turn it back on. If restarting the iPhone doesn't resolve the issue, try restoring the device.
Depending on the model there could be several reasons for this. It could be ground-loop noise or interference.
If you have it connected through a coaxial cable from the preamp/receiver, check both ends of the connection to make sure they are tight and if there is any change in the noise when moved...trying turning it or wiggling it but don't pull.
Move any power cords away from the connecting cable and/or try a different outlet, preferrably one not on the same circuit as an appliance. Things like fans or fluoresent lighting can also add interference. If you discover that to be the culprit, then adding ferrite clamps to the power cord and/or plugging into a voltage regulating device such a surge protector may help.
I tried deleting the headset from the phone device list. Turned the phone off, removed the battery for a min or two and turn everything back on. I now try to pair the headset as if setting it up for the first time and everything is working again.
first i would try to test another headset in place of the one that could be broke. if the other head set works then your headset has either worn out over time. or you recieved a defective one. if you cant return it cause its out of manufacture or store warranty, and you want to salvage them. you can get a cheap set of headphones take the plug, and solder it in place of the old wire which will probably be the problem.