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stax sr-009 static sound on movement - help!

post #1 of 5
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do you guys with the sr-009 (or any other stax headphone) encounter this? like if you move your jaw with the headphones on your head, there's a static clipping in the headphones. ths seems to happen more on the right side for me than the left. is this normal?

post #2 of 5

Are you referring to the infamous STAX fart? Does it sound like a crinkle? Or does it actually sound like static electricity?

 

If it sounds like a crinkle that's normal. If it sounds like static that's not normal.

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Originally Posted by Caution View Post

Are you referring to the infamous STAX fart? Does it sound like a crinkle? Or does it actually sound like static electricity?

 

If it sounds like a crinkle that's normal. If it sounds like static that's not normal.

okay i guess it sounds more like a crinkle than static. i just associated sharp short bursts of cracking sound with static. why does it do that anyway!

 

edit: okay i googled stax fart. i guess another question I had about stax solved.


Edited by athenaesword - 8/27/12 at 7:00am
post #4 of 5
Yeah, the Stax SR-009 doesn't have good table manners, it tends to fart while you're eating.redface.gif
post #5 of 5
Typical with any Stax phone that seals and doesn't have vented ports just for that reason (like the earlier SR-007 Mk2). Nothing to worry about.
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