This broke the plastic around the edge. My Computer Computer Type: Any help is appreciated. I just tried plugging my headphones into my laptop and the sound comes out fine, however the sound coming from the desktop is still distorted. If it does, its definitely the headphones. I have a socket on the front of my desktop as well, and when plugged in from there I still have the same problem.
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This broke the plastic around the edge. New 24 Mar 5. Any help is appreciated. The time now is New 24 Mar 4. If it does, its definitely the headphones.
To make certain of this, try your headphones in a jack on another computer or audio device like a CD player, smartphone, portable radio, etc and see if the problem persists.
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New 22 Mar 1. I think it is a problem with my desktop and not the headphones themselves. I just tried plugging my headphones into my laptop and the sound comes out fine, however the sound coming from the desktop is still distorted.
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