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    well, i have a speedlink medusa 5.1 headphone which i am currently using with my asus xonar d2x sound card. and it is running flawlessly. now i have built another pc which has creative x-fi gamer sound card. but i get a really annoying hiss sound from my headphone when i use with x-fi gamer card. i previously used the x-fi one with my current pc and it didnt make any noise. so what could go wrong with the newly built pc? is there anything to do with power supply? cause i have a good power supply with my current pc but the newly built pc has a generic power supply. any help will be appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    well, i have a speedlink medusa 5.1 headphone which i am currently using with my asus xonar d2x sound card. and it is running flawlessly. now i have built another pc which has creative x-fi gamer sound card. but i get a really annoying hiss sound from my headphone when i use with x-fi gamer card. i previously used the x-fi one with my current pc and it didnt make any noise. so what could go wrong with the newly built pc? is there anything to do with power supply? cause i have a good power supply with my current pc but the newly built pc has a generic power supply. any help will be appreciated.
    i also get small amount of hissing noise when using UPS backup. rest of the time its okay.

    anyway u sure ur microphone is turned off?

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    EMI interference is a possbility. Actually a sound card inside a PC suffers from a lot of "noise" in the background. If you search around audio forums and look for opinions(professional), very few would suggest an internal sound card.

    But do check your sound options. The hissing sound can also occur if you are using the front panel connections using the poor builtin cable inside the casing. Also update your sound card drivers to a recent revision to rule out any driver issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    EMI interference is a possbility. Actually a sound card inside a PC suffers from a lot of "noise" in the background. If you search around audio forums and look for opinions(professional), very few would suggest an internal sound card.

    But do check your sound options. The hissing sound can also occur if you are using the front panel connections using the poor builtin cable inside the casing. Also update your sound card drivers to a recent revision to rule out any driver issue.
    thanks for the comment.
    this x-fi card worked flawlessly. i used with the same headphone. and still works the same with i fit it with my pc. what can be the reason for EMI in new pc? there is no cooling fan near to the soundcard except the fan of graphics card. hdd is also far from it. i know front panel can be a pain in the @ss so dont use FP at all. only thing i have changed is driver. the newest driver is not supported by xp but it worked perfectly with win 7. so i had to install old driver. can it be the cause of problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    i also get small amount of hissing noise when using UPS backup. rest of the time its okay.

    anyway u sure ur microphone is turned off?
    i think i am smart enough to check it before. thanks for the comment though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    thanks for the comment.
    this x-fi card worked flawlessly. i used with the same headphone. and still works the same with i fit it with my pc. what can be the reason for EMI in new pc? there is no cooling fan near to the soundcard except the fan of graphics card. hdd is also far from it. i know front panel can be a pain in the @ss so dont use FP at all. only thing i have changed is driver. the newest driver is not supported by xp but it worked perfectly with win 7. so i had to install old driver. can it be the cause of problem?

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    i think i am smart enough to check it before. thanks for the comment though.
    how abt covering the card with aluminum foil

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    how abt covering the card with aluminum foil
    now you are trying to be funny. and i am not laughing at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    now you are trying to be funny. and i am not laughing at all.
    one piece of grounded metal can reduce emi.
    no im not! anyway have a nice day!

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    I have similiar problem. My earphone starts making noise when connected to my pc's audio jack but wroks perfectly when on my phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    thanks for the comment.
    this x-fi card worked flawlessly. i used with the same headphone. and still works the same with i fit it with my pc. what can be the reason for EMI in new pc? there is no cooling fan near to the soundcard except the fan of graphics card. hdd is also far from it. i know front panel can be a pain in the @ss so dont use FP at all. only thing i have changed is driver. the newest driver is not supported by xp but it worked perfectly with win 7. so i had to install old driver. can it be the cause of problem?

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    i think i am smart enough to check it before. thanks for the comment though.
    Drivers do tend to create problems. EMI issue is another. What I can suggest is a different driver revision to see if the problem persists, though that might be hard since Creative dropped XP support long ago. The problem might occur because of the power supply too or maybe the motherboard?

    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    how abt covering the card with aluminum foil
    This is a good suggestion, and actually worth looking if it's really an EMI problem. Just a piece of metal enough to cover the PCB of your sound card will reduce noise from other components and reducing interference. This is not a troll thing lol.


    Quote Originally Posted by fAzIL p0lA View Post
    I have similiar problem. My earphone starts making noise when connected to my pc's audio jack but wroks perfectly when on my phone.
    "Interference" Earphones are more sensitivity afaik, so they pickup the slightest bit of noise. You need a clean source to drive them, and PC internal audio is not exactly the best for it.

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    Not sure but may be the wall electric connections are poor and doing the sss sound? Check the multiplugs i had this type of things with sound box but after changing multiplugs the problem was fixed, but this shouldnt be a problem with headphone's though

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