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I hear this constant hissing sound on my 50/50 shoe blue skullcandy earplugs. It happens on my ipod touch and computer. It only happens when there is any sound available, like when I'm typing, listening to music, watching a video, or playing a game. The static hissing noise doesn't occur when I'm not doing anything on the ipod. Even when the volume is lowered all the way, I can still hear it. My earplugs are new, so I'm wondering what I should do to fix it. I really don't want the hissing sound to occur when I'm listening to music. Please help. Thanks!

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You will have to buy a replace ment jack and solder the connections. These cords seem to have different colors between manufacturers but start by soldering the green or blue (left) to the tip of the plug, the next ring to the red(right) wire and the base to the copper(ground) wire. Try to get a plug with a metal shield that unscrews and make sure you thread the cable through the shield right way around( threads towards plug before you solder.

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You will have to test the wiring from the plug to the speakers individually with a volt ohm meter. Wires this thickness break or go intermittent easily. Don't take them apart if they are still on warranty. Take them back to where you bought them and get replacements. Be sure to take the original packaging if you still have it and the sales receipt.

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Try messing with the plug a little. Otherwise the wires somewhere might be messed up. That happened to a pair of my earphones, some of the wires at the plug broke so I wasn't getting sound out of the left side.

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