How do I get rid of feedback buzzing/beeping?
There is a buzzing or beeping sound in my headset that gradually gets louder. How do I prevent this from happening?
Xbox One Stereo Headset, model number B00IAVDQCK. Released March 2014, compatible with the Microsoft Xbox One. Headset includes over-the-ear fabric ear cups, unidirectional boom microphone, and detachable headset adapter with volume and mic controls.
Very high volume settings may cause noise from the speakers to be picked up by the microphone. This creates a sound loop that gets louder and louder until you disconnect the headset. As such, you should lower the volume of your headset by pressing the "volume down" button on the adapter.
Another source of the problem may come from someone else in your Xbox Live chat room. that person may be having feedback problems and is transmitting those sounds to all the people in the chat room. You should be able to see which person in the chat is transmitting the feedback; ask that person to lower the volume or unplug his or her microphone.
If you are still not sure what is causing the feedback, check out the troubleshooting page.
Are you using a wired headset. If so, neither turning down the volume nor turning off vibration will help it. You either need a headset that takes batteries. The controller and headset together are pulling more power than the usb is happy delivering. I have trouble shot this with many different combos, and that is the only solution I have found.
Guys look this is completely annoying, all this buzzing and everything. You can try to lower the volume on your adapter which will make the buzzing in your headset decrease but not go away completely. If you want the buzzing to go away for good then there is one downside of it. Go to Settings>Preferences>Vibration. Then turn the vibration off. It was very weird at first playing without vibration but you do get used to it which will end up in smooth and no buzzing gaming. Hope that helped!!
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