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[Q] Audio issues- background noise

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By Jme369, Senior Member on 1st April 2013, 12:56 AM
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Has anyone else noticed any issues with a background noise behind the audio? It is most noticeable with headphones, however I can identify it regardless of how i am playing audio. It sounds like a sort of static/buzzing sound, and is really irritating now I've noticed it.
 
 
1st April 2013, 01:43 AM |#2  
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Has anyone else noticed any issues with a background noise behind the audio? It is most noticeable with headphones, however I can identify it regardless of how i am playing audio. It sounds like a sort of static/buzzing sound, and is really irritating now I've noticed it.

I do have background noises that do sound like some static/buzzing, most noticeable after the ringtone / notificiation playback, for a second. And no, the actual ringtone / soundfiles are just fine, its related to the One.
1st April 2013, 04:16 AM |#3  
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S/N on Qualcomm DACs is not the best, but this sounds like maybe something different.
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Has anyone else noticed any issues with a background noise behind the audio? It is most noticeable with headphones, however I can identify it regardless of how i am playing audio. It sounds like a sort of static/buzzing sound, and is really irritating now I've noticed it.

Hi I know the solution! Just switch off the NFC!

Settings/more/nfc

And you will be happy


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1st April 2013, 09:37 AM |#5  
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The noise is really quite significant, it makes listening to music over headphones pretty bad below half volume.

NFC was already turned off, but thanks for the advice anyway.

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1st April 2013, 09:50 AM |#6  
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Re: [Q] Audio issues- background noise
I've noticed the hissing when I use the camera to video something

I'm waiting for a replacement but now wonder if all phones are affected by the problem

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1st April 2013, 10:02 AM |#7  
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I doubt it, this is the only thread describing this problem so far. Return it is... Love the phone but am hating the build quality.

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Has anyone else noticed any issues with a background noise behind the audio? It is most noticeable with headphones, however I can identify it regardless of how i am playing audio. It sounds like a sort of static/buzzing sound, and is really irritating now I've noticed it.

I think it might relate to Enable Beats sound. However, customer service told me HTC is working on this and will fix in SW.
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It is the beats audio. Turn it off and the hiss is greatly reduced.
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Beats audio seems to make no difference, have a replacement coming tomorrow so will be able to see whether it is a manufacturing fault or not.
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