Edgar Sanchez H.: OMG!!! it helped me! I LOVE YOU asdasdasd
Op Megaskill: this is bullcrap because when i take out my cd rom and touch it the buzzing dissapears... i have to touch it or cd rom or power cord in order to stop it... i plugged my laptop in every single place in my house and nothing but my other freaking headphones that are broken DOESNT buzz omg ... and they are the very same headphones.... lol freak this crap
SG KdoT: It helped me :D
Alan Dent: Yeah, it didn't work
Callity: If I unplug my PC it instantly turns off (oviously it would, this didnt help at all) (also tried putting in different socket, dosent help) No, its the headphones. You may say "well no they work fine on my ipod touch" No. All computers have the humming problem. Just some headphones are better at keeping it away than others. And, it can be worse on certain computers. Get a proper headset and that fixes it. Or at least for me. The problem can be due to many different things.
Roasty Toasty: Wow this is legit. Nice work. I haven't found a good enough vid!
Kendrick Smith: bro best video ever!!! i thought it was the headphones the whole time thanks!!!
Zinc Rayy: This Acually worked
Sebastian Crepeaux: I can't hear the vid cuz my buzzing headset
SassyLass: Unplugging the damn charger does not work. This does not work for everyone.
Valda Shadbolt: Holy crap. Thankyou!
Sam Beuk: THANK YOU
Pigeon Gam3r: it didn't work
Haches (LeagueOfLegendsGameplay): BRILLIAANT
Mr Delluf: It worked for me!! Thanks a lot!!
Anuj Sharma: thank you so much
EZOVERDOSE: this video assumes everyone is on a laptop. not sure how i ended back here but i saw this video long ago and ended up doing lots of research and trial and error to resolve it.
its usually related to your house's wiring. i tested this in every room in my house and it only went away in the kitchen. so i had an isolated circuit installed on its own breaker just for my pc and the problem was still there with or without a surge protector. but if i flipped the breaker off to my room killing power to everything except my pc it went away. turns out it was a failing switch in the ceiling fan which was why it blew bulbs every other month. i could pull the light switch chain listening to the mic in loopback and could hear it making static like pop sounds through the mic. cant really explain why it still affected it after new wires were ran to a totally separate breaker but it did. it was like an aura of electronic interference. if you put you finger somewhere metal on your pc, like a power supply mounting screw, and it goes away or gets quieter its a ground or wiring issue.
if you have this problem but cant fix it dont buy usb mics. 3.5mm mic drivers have an enhancement tab to filter this out, usb mics dont. the ones that use the generic usb windows driver anyway, which is the majority.
you can scrub this noise with noise removal in audacity and tons of other software
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