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problem with x fi front pannel sound quality

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Hi, ive got a standard xfi gamer card and recently i plugged my cases front earphone and mic plug into the socket on the back of the xfi labeled front pannel so i can use my earphones with a short cable.

It seems to work ok however when no sound is playing or quiet sound, there is a really annoying high pitch static noise coming through the earphones.

What could it be?
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post #2 of 4
The wires that run from the front panel to the card are probably unshielded.
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OK, any cheap ways of shielding them? Or anything i can use around the house?
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Not much you can do, front panel connections just plain blow.
    
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