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  1. Teeps

    Teeps Thread Starter

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    I have just bought the Logitech Clear Chat Premium PC headphones, and the quality feels very low, its not very clear,

    i have installed my sound drivers, but its made no difference, is it just the headphones? or is it something on my end?

    thanks, Teeps
     
  2. BG-0

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    What is your sound card? It might be your sound card being poor quality, or the stereo jack being corroded. But most of all I'd still suspect the headphones themselves.
     
  3. Teeps

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    just my onboard motherboard card, it sounded better quality with my speakers, but then they started going crappy too, ill try and plug in my sound card if i can find it.
     
  4. Teeps

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    heh, plugged in my sound card + drivers updated, sounds brilliant now.

    Any ideas why it went bad on my onboard?
     
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    I don't know, maybe the onboard is breaking down or the headphones are just too good for it to handle...
     
  6. Teeps

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    I dont like the sound of that :/
     
  7. BG-0

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    Who would... :( Hope the mobo isn't breaking as a whole, I'd think it isn't, though.
     
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