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Popping and cracking sound in wireless headset/s

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Hello everyone!

 

I have a RIG 800LX wireless headset, two of them actually, and on my desktop both sets of headsets are making a slight popping and cracking sound but when I plug them into my laptop nothing happens. So that rules out a bad dongle, bad headset hardware. I am just wondering what could be doing it only on my gaming rig. I did try the case USB plug and one of the USB ports on the MOBO and still that same issue. When the issue first started I restarted my PC and it lessened but was still there. I just updated Windows and my chipset through Armory crate. 

 

Spec:

Ryzen 9 3950x

64GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 3600mhz RAM

ASUS ROG Strix x570-e Gaming MOBO

Zotac RTX 3080ti

Fractal Design Meshify C case

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does it happen with your case or MOBO headphone jack

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edit: misunderstood the post.

 

i dont think theres much you can do other than return it and replace it with a wired headset, or just keep it plugged in. I believe its just a limitation of bluetooth.

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It's not blue tooth, at least I don't think it is, and I have had this headset for 4 years and it has never done this. The headset is meant to be used for both Xbox (why I originally bought it) and PC. And it plugs in via USB not the 3.5mm jack. 

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