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Sennheiser Game One buzzing

So i bought the game ones today and i'm overall pretty happy with them.My problem is there are buzzing when bass is playing with some kind of music like progressive house.It happens on 50-100% volume.Is this normal? I've read it could be hair in the earcups but i removed them and there's nothing there.I can send them back for repair but before that i just wanted to ask you.I had the game zeros before them and they are not buzzing at all.Also i have them hooked up on a soundblaster zxr soundcard but i've tried other sources aswell.

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why would buzzing be normal? RMA them.

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why would buzzing be normal? RMA them.
haha got me! will do man thx

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Yes it can be something trapped near the driver or in it. Return them.
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ok maybe this sounds weird but i found the problem.I removed the protective foam(red foam) and that seems to fixed it!

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