#1
lots of people have this problem b/c the adhesive that connects teh drum on your headphones to the electromagnet is ****ty, all you have to do to get rid of the buzz is lightly suck the part where the sound comes out of your headphones (tha part that goes into your ear) about as "sucky" as you would kiss your girlfriend,... youll hear the plastic drum crinkle, and it will sound like your killing your headphones but this actually works, give it a try, and dont suck it too hard, youll break the drum
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#2
Where exactly are we talking about kissing the girlfriend in this simile? I mean some places require more suction than other places when kissed. Where would be a good example?
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#3
Quote by Dog454
Where exactly are we talking about kissing the girlfriend in this simile? I mean some places require more suction than other places when kissed. Where would be a good example?


i think it is that place that not so much suction, maybe some muscle action, a hum might be necessary
perhaps you can touch it gently to get things started


lol =P
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#4
Quote by Dog454
Where exactly are we talking about kissing the girlfriend in this simile? I mean some places require more suction than other places when kissed. Where would be a good example?


+1, haha, nice. But, I've never had the buzz problem.
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#6
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do you realize you just told us to suck something that goes in our ears?



Ha when I read this is went " LOL WUT "
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lots of people have this problem b/c the adhesive that connects teh drum on your headphones to the electromagnet is ****ty, all you have to do to get rid of the buzz is lightly suck the part where the sound comes out of your headphones (tha part that goes into your ear) about as "sucky" as you would kiss your girlfriend,... youll hear the plastic drum crinkle, and it will sound like your killing your headphones but this actually works, give it a try, and dont suck it too hard, youll break the drum


Those ipod "headphones" are earbuds....
this "Drum" is the speaker cone

These white buds are cheap which is why they come free with the player. If you want good sound get some Shure IEMs
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