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How do I get the horribly loud static sound to stop when I am using my JBL Everest 300 Wireless Headphones?

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  • Katrina Markum
    Katrina Markum Nov 22, 2016

    I am either in my study or in the living room. This means I am surrounded by computers, TV's, Apple TV, etc... Does this mean all other electronics must be off in order for me to use my headphones?

  • Marvin
    Marvin Nov 22, 2016

    Turn them off and see if the noise goes away.

  • Katrina Markum
    Katrina Markum Nov 22, 2016

    I turned off all other devices. The static sound persists. However, it only happens when I turn on my Noise Cancel in the JBL App.

  • Marvin
    Marvin Nov 22, 2016

    Leave the noise cancel off, it works using what is called white noise. I think that is the static you hear.

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Where are you when you hear this static ? It sounds like electrically related noise called "spurious radiation"

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