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It is noticeable with my 40OHM Ultrasone's, and more noticeable with 32OHM Bose Tri-ports...

 

Are you using 44.1KHz (both Control Panel and Xonar Audio Center)?

 

Play a song in Foobar via the headphone out, then stop the song. Now open up the Xonar Audio Center and toggle the out to Speakers/Headphone/Speakers/Headphone/Speakers/Headphone/ you should notice some white noise... Unless your STX is special, in a good way! :)

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It is noticeable with my 40OHM Ultrasone's, and more noticeable with 32OHM Bose Tri-ports...

 

Are you using 44.1KHz (both Control Panel and Xonar Audio Center)?

 

Play a song in Foobar via the headphone out, then stop the song. Now open up the Xonar Audio Center and toggle the out to Speakers/Headphone/Speakers/Headphone/Speakers/Headphone/ you should notice some white noise... Unless your STX is special, in a good way! :)


no white noise what so ever...and if it only happens when you do that, stop doing that!
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