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Windows 7: Bluetooth headphones hissing and distorting sound

14 Mar 2020   #11
Dynentan

Win7
 
 

yes
i just tested some of the headphones on my laptop with the same usb dongle with the same results
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15 Mar 2020   #12
wither 2

Windows 7 Pro SP1 64 bit
 
 

I was asking you to check your phone settings to see if making the settings enabled you to connect the phone to the headphones. Has nothing to do with your computers or the dongle. You should be able to play music from your phone to the headphones.
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15 Mar 2020   #13
Dynentan

Win7
 
 

yes, and i answered your question and said yes
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15 Mar 2020   #14
wither 2

Windows 7 Pro SP1 64 bit
 
 

Sorry about any misunderstanding. Just to be clear, can you now connect your headphones to the phone? If so, is the sound bad, when you play music from your phone?
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17 Mar 2020   #15
Dynentan

Win7
 
 

yes, i can connect them now
i had to unpair all other bluetooth devices for the headphones to show up for some reason
anyway, i tested them with my phone, and theres no hissing, but theres crackling and popping and sometimes the audio seems to fade in and out, even if i got my phone right next to the headphones
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18 Mar 2020   #16
wither 2

Windows 7 Pro SP1 64 bit
 
 

I don't know what type of phone you have but, if it's android, here's something you might want to fool around with, albeit it only applies to your phone-

bad sound on phone connected to bluetooth headphones - Bing video

I have a LG and I could get to the settings he shows and enable developer. The developer options showed up under Settings and I could then get to the Bluetooth settings. The setting he mentioned was already enabled.

I don't know why you had to unpair the other devices. Maybe it has something to do with tethering settings. Elsewise, if you don't have some kind of interference where you're located, I guess the problem is in the headphones.
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22 Mar 2020   #17
Dynentan

Win7
 
 

its a samsung galaxy ace
anyway, i think im just going to send them back, since theres problems with them on my pc, laptop and phone
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22 Mar 2020   #18
wither 2

Windows 7 Pro SP1 64 bit
 
 

Check this out if you want to get into the bluetooth settings on your phone-

How do I turn on the Developer Options menu on my Samsung Galaxy device? | Samsung Support UK
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22 Mar 2020   #19
F22 Simpilot

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Without reading through the entire thread, I can tell you right now I've had my fair share of Bluetooth issues with cellphone earpieces and Team Speak. I bought three of them and all performed like crap except the odd one which was a cheap, Chinese made Bluetooth headphone of all things. Even the Jabra didn't perform well with my computer despite the rave reviews. Though it seems to work alright with my phone. My conclusion was either the Bluetooth version or the chipset not being very compatible with my USB Bluetooth dongle plugged into the back of my desktop. Or it could have been the USB port its self in the desktop.

Another factor could be wireless interference. Bluetooth runs on 2.4 GHz and if your keyboard or mouse is on that same band then there could be an issue. If there are other 2.4 GHz sources around that too could pose an issue.

I finally just bought a DJ-like studio microphone which now makes me look like a radio DJ at my desk and all my online gaming friends say I sound great. It was only $50 on Amazon and I spent around $60 total messing around with Bluetooth headsets. Now I didn't want a gaming headset because I like my 5.1 audio. So Team Speak and game audio come out of my speakers and my microphone is clamped to my desk. Now I should create a podcast. LOL
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23 Mar 2020   #20
Dynentan

Win7
 
 

i didnt know that bluetooth is 2.4ghz
but i turned off my wireless modem plus my wireless mouse and it still has the same issues
so i made sure that all other wireless devices were off
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