Published on 2nd May 2011 by
Originally Posted by SteelseriesSince the Audiomixer is an analog device, it is susceptible to noise or interference from devices that emit radioactive signals. There will usually be a low level buzz audible when not listening to any audio.
We found this design preferable to the more normal boom microphone as it meant we could use the headset while out on the move without looking like a prize idiot
Originally Posted by John_TSounds like a pretty major design fault to me. I've had analogue headphones that never buzzed and hissed before. So these are fine then, as long as you don't use them near any electronics. Errr...
Surprised they got as high as 30/40 with that.
Good luck to people who bought them and like them, that's the main thing, but I like my headphones without a buzzing sound thanks.
Originally Posted by jonAnd do you actually *need* the bulbous 360 extender? I mean, if it's a standard connector you'd find on any MP3 player, that means you can use a standard extender from any electronics store, without the need of the bulbous 360 device. Did you try that?
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