Question Why do I heat a white static noice *teeeeeeeeeeet* when I plug an earphones to my speaker jack either in the front or at the back of my pc?

Jul 9, 2020
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I just built my pc 14 hours ago. My pc is now up to date and I already downloaded and installed the audio drivers gigabyte(which is my mobo brand). What should I do to remove that noice because it is irritating and it’s hurting my ear
 

Ralston18

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Update your post to include full system hardware specs and OS information.

No other audio cards installed - correct?

Make and model earphones?

Try some other known working earphones on your pc.

Try your earphones on another known working pc.

Determine if the problem follows the earphones or stays with your pc.

Doublecheck all physical audio connections: cards and cables.
 
Jul 9, 2020
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I just built my pc 14 hours ago. My pc is now up to date and I already downloaded and installed the audio drivers gigabyte(which is my mobo brand). What should I do to remove that noice because it is irritating and it’s hurting my ear
Pc Specs:
Gigabyte b550m ds3h
Gigabyte rx 5700xt gaming oc
16gb (2x8) ram 3600mhz
Adata 256gb nvme ssd
1tb seagate barracuda hdd
750w bronze coolermaster nm psu
Darkflash pollux case with 5 fans
 
Jul 9, 2020
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Update your post to include full system hardware specs and OS information.

No other audio cards installed - correct?

Make and model earphones?

Try some other known working earphones on your pc.

Try your earphones on another known working pc.

Determine if the problem follows the earphones or stays with your pc.

Doublecheck all physical audio connections: cards and cables.
My earphones is akg. I already tried another earphones (jbl) and the result is the same.
I also tried my earphones in my old pc and there are no static noice heard.

I tried reinserting the pin for audio of my case and the problem is still there
 

Ralston18

Titan
Moderator
Which model akg? You mentioned plug so that means you are not using Bluetooth - correct?

Are you using any audio accessories from akg or elsewhere?

Do the earphones have a detachable plug?

Which audio port on the case are you using?

If you insert the plug and hear the "tweeeeet" will gently wiggling the plug side to side and in/out make the noise stop?

Power down, unplug and inspect the audio port area (inside and out) for signs of damage, debris, metal to metal contact with other components.
 
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i am using wired earphones and headphones. I already tried using different earphones and headphones but the irritating sound is still there.

Using the audio jack of the case and the motherboard both produces the sound. Even if I remove the pin of the audio of the case, using the audio jack of the motherboard still prodices the sound.
 

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