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Tinny-ness sound effect from laptop

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I had a problem on windows with youtube, my headphones would sound tinny and echoey until I adjusted the volume using the function button. Someone recommended I update my drivers and since I don't know what a driver is, I switched to Linux and I still have this issue. Would anybody know a solution to this problem that is across different OS?

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It might be the actual headphones. Have you tested any other pair of headphones with it?

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11 minutes ago, Bigbootyjudy said:

It might be the actual headphones. Have you tested any other pair of headphones with it?

Yes this includes earbuds and headphones. Unless I got two pairs from different companies that have the exact same problem, which could be my luck, it's probably my computer 

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1 minute ago, BadluckBrian said:

Yes this includes earbuds and headphones. Unless I got two pairs from different companies that have the exact same problem, which could be my luck, it's probably my computer 

I feel like this is hardware based. I'm no audio expert but I feel like its something to do with your jack or you have feedback of some sort. 

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Just now, Bigbootyjudy said:

I feel like this is hardware based. I'm no audio expert but I feel like its something to do with your jack or you have feedback of some sort. 

This is a dell insipron P17E laptop 

AMD 3700X GTX 1660 Super

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Will be adding Samsung SSD's and an NZXT AIO to cool the CPU when adding voltage.

 

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It's possible that the headphone jack in the laptop is damaged.   When a ground connection is missing, the headphones sounds very echoy and distant.

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Just now, Sors said:

It's possible that the headphone jack in the laptop is damaged.   When ground connection is missing, the sound sounds very echoy and distant.

This issue stops after I adjust the volume, but there is a sound like static or something for a split second.

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