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Are my headphones dying? Is there any way to fix it?

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Recently my Steelseries siberias have been having some problems.
Including
-Randomly loosing audio (specifically the left can)
-Static
-static when changing volume
-Left ear cup developed a background white noise a low humming.
-Weaker bass

I use these for gaming so it's not that tragic...

All signs point to yes obviously. I am just wondering if theirs a way I can fix them. I wanted a pair of portable cans but if these go then I am forced to buy new cans for home use and ditch buying portable cans...
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Is that a USB headset? USB headset/headphone tend to have that problem.
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Originally Posted by FearSC549 View Post
Is that a USB headset? USB headset/headphone tend to have that problem.
Nope 3.5mm,
I connected it to my mac and PC and its still having problems. So at least I know its my soundcard heh.
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