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Old 12-21-2019, 09:52 AM
Peggles Peggles is offline
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Question Void Pro Wireless Static Noise Through Headset When Audio Plays

I've recently bought a Corsair Void Pro Wireless [White] and have been enjoying it alot other than one thing that i cannot for the life of me fix which is whenever there is audio playing at all there is static when there is no audio its perfectly fine the static isn't very loud so i can usually turn the application up above the volume of the static but i dont really want to have to do this for everything when im hoping there is a better solution

Things that i've tried to do to solve this are
reinstalling drivers
reinstalling icue and the drivers
reinstalling just ICUE
Full Windows Wipe
I tried doing a firmware flash on them but for some reason they kept saying that they weren't connected to a USB Cable even though they were so i had to give up on that

-Please if you know anything or think of anything please inform me i would love to get rid of this static noise
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Old 12-22-2019, 02:46 PM
KrazyCrayon KrazyCrayon is offline
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Hello, I just wanted to confirm that I got the void pro for Christmas from my girlfriend. Mine also makes a horrible static sound and also makes a random "pop" sound randomly. I am considering just returning them and never buying a corsair audio product again.
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