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Help static noise coming from recordings

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I am hearing static from the audio reordings whenever I record something from the front audio ports.The ports on the back of my pc work fine.

 

Specs:

Ryzen 5 1600

Amd Rx580

8gig corsair vengeance ddr4 ram

corsair 550 watt psu

1tb hard drive + 240gb ssd

asus b450ma motherboard

 

I have latest audio drivers installed and Latest version of windows 10 (1809).

 

I recorded the audio and sent it to my phone to see if its playback problem but even in my phone the audio is coming with statics

 

Ps - I m using a splitter for my headphones.

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Maybe your front I/O might be having issues. You should contact your case manufacturer and see if they might have a replacement for them. I know a few do. Also I'd reseat the front I/O cable that is on your motherboard too. 

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Because the front panel use a long cable that runs from your motherboard all the way to the front of the case and if those cable are bad then it won't have a good EMI (Electro Magnetic Interference) shielding and because the signal that runs through those audio cable is an analog signal it will introduce static sounds.

 

Just use the back audio port or buy an external DAC/AMP combo the cheapest and decent one is the Fiio Q1 Mark 1 (original).

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Check that the cables from the front panels are plugged into the motherboard correctly and in the correct rotation use the manual that came with your motherboard or look online

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Quit using front ports. They are more vulnerable to interference from other parts. You can check cables if they have kinks of anything else like that. But overall this is hardware issue.

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