Bluetooth Headphones Popping

monkified

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Have a pair of Cowin E7 bluetooth headphones and what I've noticed is that during periods where these is silence, the headphones will stop transmitting and make a small popping noise (similar to the noise when plugging in wired headphones). Then when there is sound, the headphones will make the popping noise again and then begin the audio. I imagine this may be a power saving thing but I haven't been able to figure out what Windows/hardware configurations I may need to change.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
 
Mar 31, 2019
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Hey

Sorry no one has replied as yet, but the problem is simple. Your headphones are dying. This is not a problem with the bluetooth, or something that can be solved with a software. This is basic hardware issues.

If you had this happen to you within 12 months of buying your heapdhones, you probably bough a cheap brand. Next time, if you are looking for something cheap, try COWIN E7 Pro.
It costs less than $70 and are extremely durable.

Of course, if your budget is even less than $70, I don't think you will be able to find a bluetooth headset that can last you a couple of years.

My advice would be to save some money and invest in a good pair. Don't buy new ones every year.
 

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