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How old is your motherboard?

Cleaning the dust can probably help more ...

 

I had an old board with the same problem, which I had a pity to replace because of an old and powerful processor that was on it, so I just bought The simplest SoundBlaster ...

 

At the end the board died and I still had to replace it, I plugged the headphones directly into the new board and the sound was clean again.

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ferrite bead connectors on power supply cables mainly, it lands high frequencies as capacitor. In my opinion there is nothing to connect such a cable , The frequencies he handles are much higher than audio frequencies and if you can find one that lowers audio frequencies then it will of course hurt the overall sound quality and not know how to land only what is bothering you.

 

If so then connect such to the power cord or Of the dac 

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How old is your motherboard?

Cleaning the dust can probably help more ...

 

I had an old board with the same problem, which I had a pity to replace because of an old and powerful processor that was on it, so I just bought USB The simplest SoundBlaster ...

 

At the end the board died and I still had to replace it, I plugged the headphones directly into the new board and the sound was clean again.

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My motherboard is Strix from about 4 years ago. There is not so much dust from a recent inspection. 
 

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ferrite bead connectors on power supply cables mainly, it lands high frequencies as capacitor. In my opinion there is nothing to connect such a cable headphones, The frequencies he handles are much higher than audio frequencies and if you can find one that lowers audio frequencies then it will of course hurt the overall sound quality and not know how to land only what is bothering you.

 

If so then connect such to the power cord or USB Of the dac 

Yes yes, I meant DAC really, so it can not hurt the headphones if I plug in there (still terribly expensive headphones)? I really wondered if it would reduce white noise or if it had nothing to do with it. Apparently it's a noise coming from the Duck's amplifier. It's the same gentle snow you hear when you enter stereo rooms to demonstrate HI FI systems and when there is silence and no Then you hear the faint white noise in the background. An ordinary person does not bother, but is looking for a way to take control of it if there is one. 
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