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Windows 7: Bluetooth ON causes audible cracks on laptop headphones

10 Apr 2013   #1

Windows 7 (Pro) 64bit
Bluetooth ON causes audible cracks on laptop headphones

Hello everyone,

Just had an issue on my laptop (Asus UX-21E) that I thought someone else would sometime encounter as well. I just discovered the problem so I thought sharing it would save them time looking for a solution.

I left my Bluetooth on and completely forgot about it. At the end of the day I put on some music and played it on my headphones (high end phones but I'm sure the same problem should occur on any other phones as well). I noticed the sound has pops, cracks and noises randomly.

After shutting down some processes and resetting my machine, seeing as nothing has helped, I saw my wireless led was on and recalled turning BT on earlier for my cellphone. Turning it off solved the problem.

I didn't come here to find a solution for this, but only to let others know. Unless someone knows how to make this stop, which would be excellent of course !

Cheers !

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