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Originally Posted by The Fryer View Post

my HPA2's do the same thing. you need the separate power adapter, should have came with it. plugs into the wall and provides good clean power to your headset. if it did not come with one than i suggest buying one, or get a cellphone charger that is usb with 5v like for the iphone3, it works as well.

thanks for this.
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thanks for this.
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Actually didn't work when i got home and tried it ; it was the thought that counts though! thumb.gif
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post #13 of 14
Do not want to bump this uselessly, but I recently had this issue and was able to fix it by updating my sound drivers. Notice how the driver that the mic is using in the picture is displayed as Microsoft.
post #14 of 14
This will sound stupid but it worked for me.
I have a laptop with four USB ports and I only had static when my computer's external fans were plugged in. I, simply, moved around the USB leads and now there is no weird static. I doubt that that will help anyone, but that is how I solved the problem.
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