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Pc headphones have a strange almost cartoonish voice problem. I have checked settings and everything looks o.k. This problems persists of everything from CD's to youtube to radio stations... What could be the problem"??????? Help!!!

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Check the headphone on a stereo or some other computer if it does the same then its the headphone or else you need to update the sound driver

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