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Stevivor is an independent video games outlet that has serviced Australia, New Zealand and the world since 2009. I built my own computer about a year ago and lately I've run into a problem that seems to be difficult to find a solution for on the internet.
To quickly explain, my headphones are powered over USB, and whether they are connected to the front or back audio panels, I still get this buzzing.
Have you tried your phones on another computer, and have you tried another pair of phones on your system? If other phones do the same thing on your system, the problem may be somewhere in your computer setup or in your house wiring.
If your phones and others do the same thing on other systems plugged into your home AC mains, are the third (ground) terminals connected in your AC outlets, or are any of them in your system connected through a two wire plug? If your phones buzz, but others don't when connected to the same system(s), the problem may be faulty shielding or ground contact in your headphone, the cable or the internal connection to the plug. If it walks like Hitler, and it talks like Hitler, it's far more likely that the Donald is a wannabe Hitler than a duck.


Another possibility is to try using, instead, analog audio (either on board or via an add on card).
When the headphones are connected to the COMPUTER via USB (for power, and chat) without the game audio jack connected, there is NO buzzing, even at full volume. This leads me to believe that the ground loop has something to do with the USB, or the power that the headphones are getting.
When the buzz happens, is any other device plugged into the wall through a two wire AC plug?
Yesterday, I was playing around with different connections, to see what made the buzzing occur. If you own Apple headphones, and have tried to make them work with an Xbox One controller, you must have heard a weird, buzzing sound while using them.
Other than making it difficult for users to utilize its headphones on non-Apple products, it is unclear why the tech giant switches the connections on its headphone's connector. We are a tight-knit group of traders, analysts, news editors, designers, coders, and data engineers.


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The first ring, starting from the tip, is the volume out for the left ear, the second is for the right ear, the third ring is for the mic, and the fourth for electrical grounding.
Apple switches the grounding ring with that of the mic, and this is why you hear that annoying sound in your headphones when you plug it in the Xbox controller jack.



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