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Nearly constant static

I've been getting static in my headphones for no apparent reason. There's a lot of static when a sound plays on my computer, and then the static continues for several seconds before it makes a popping sound and becomes silent again. I can't seem to find any way to fix this.

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Your cable or phone jack connection is defective.

Posted on Mar 12, 2014

  • Ethan Seay
    Ethan Seay Mar 15, 2014

    Yep. It definitely was. I've had problems with it in the past too, and I just bought a usb headphone port.

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SOURCE: Why did my left earbud become silent?

Hi,
you can make both of the earbuds work. You can open the earbud where the speaker is that you use to hear the musik. Use a soldering iron and a lead. check if the wire inside has removed, fix it back and you will hear sound on both earbuds.

Take care.

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