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Is this normal? Brand new Pc 37x background hissing noise

24 minutes ago, DankDeuxez said:

NEVER use the front audio connectors on your case. Its not as good as just plugging them into your mobo directly.

While trying to figure out how to plug two audio output devices in the back of the mobo, and going to playback mic to test the back mic connection. I noticed it was set to +10 boost by default.

 

The boost was boosting up tiny static from 0db up to 10db lol.

 

I tested with and without the 10db boost in front and back and the problem is clearly the boost.

 

edit: actually the front panel is 80% and boost is about 20% of the problem.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I get a continuous background hissing noise when in continuous activation. People also report it when I talk with push to talk or voice activation. I'm considering that maybe I should return it.


CPU: Ryzen 2600 GPU: RX 56 Vega RAM: ddr4 3000Mhz 2x8GB  MOBO: MSI B450-A PRO Display: 4K 60hz 34-60 freesync 10bit IPS.

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where and how are you plugging it in


I got a computer

And now I list my specs

 

Dell Precision T3600

The Main PC

Intel Xeon E5-1650 (6c 12t @ 3.2GHz)

8GB [4x2GB] DDR3 @1600MHz

EVGA GTX 1050TI SC
Samsung 850 EVO 500GB

SanDisk SSD Plus 120GB

Windows 10 + macOS High Sierra

still waiting on Mojave NVIDIA drivers wen eta

 

Dell Optiplex 780

The Server

Intel Core2 Duo E8400 (2c 2t @ 3GHz)

8GB [4x2GB] DDR3 @1333MHz

GeForce 8400 GS Revision 3

WD Blue or something, 330GB

Ubuntu Server 19.10

 

Peripherals

HyperX Alloy Core

Roccat Kone AIMO

Steelseries $10 mousepad I bought at Walmart idk what it is

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, DaJakerBoss said:

where and how are you plugging it in

Front HD audio. Audio in audio. mic in mic.


CPU: Ryzen 2600 GPU: RX 56 Vega RAM: ddr4 3000Mhz 2x8GB  MOBO: MSI B450-A PRO Display: 4K 60hz 34-60 freesync 10bit IPS.

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5 hours ago, LOST TALE said:

Front HD audio. Audio in audio. mic in mic.

that might be your issue, not the actual headphones. Try using the direct plugs on the motherboard and see if that makes a difference, if not then you might return the headphones and try another pair, and if that doesn't work you may need a separate DAC


I got a computer

And now I list my specs

 

Dell Precision T3600

The Main PC

Intel Xeon E5-1650 (6c 12t @ 3.2GHz)

8GB [4x2GB] DDR3 @1600MHz

EVGA GTX 1050TI SC
Samsung 850 EVO 500GB

SanDisk SSD Plus 120GB

Windows 10 + macOS High Sierra

still waiting on Mojave NVIDIA drivers wen eta

 

Dell Optiplex 780

The Server

Intel Core2 Duo E8400 (2c 2t @ 3GHz)

8GB [4x2GB] DDR3 @1333MHz

GeForce 8400 GS Revision 3

WD Blue or something, 330GB

Ubuntu Server 19.10

 

Peripherals

HyperX Alloy Core

Roccat Kone AIMO

Steelseries $10 mousepad I bought at Walmart idk what it is

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Thanks I'll try this later.


CPU: Ryzen 2600 GPU: RX 56 Vega RAM: ddr4 3000Mhz 2x8GB  MOBO: MSI B450-A PRO Display: 4K 60hz 34-60 freesync 10bit IPS.

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24 minutes ago, DankDeuxez said:

NEVER use the front audio connectors on your case. Its not as good as just plugging them into your mobo directly.

While trying to figure out how to plug two audio output devices in the back of the mobo, and going to playback mic to test the back mic connection. I noticed it was set to +10 boost by default.

 

The boost was boosting up tiny static from 0db up to 10db lol.

 

I tested with and without the 10db boost in front and back and the problem is clearly the boost.

 

edit: actually the front panel is 80% and boost is about 20% of the problem.


CPU: Ryzen 2600 GPU: RX 56 Vega RAM: ddr4 3000Mhz 2x8GB  MOBO: MSI B450-A PRO Display: 4K 60hz 34-60 freesync 10bit IPS.

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