Headphones Make Cracking Sounds

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I'm experiencing cracking sounds with my Mee Audio Matrix Cinema ANC headphones. They occur pretty frequently, and to me are pretty noticeable. I'm using these with a pretty cheap (€23) bluetooth transmitter from china. Brand, Vikefon, bought from Aliexpress. Even though it's much cheaper than other transmitters, it does have the same specs as other more expensive ones. The transmitter is plugged into the aux-port of my LG 27uk600 monitor with a 3.5mm cable. I don't have these cracking sounds when it's connected to my phone, so I'm pretty sure it has to do something with the transmitter. Does anyone know if I can do something against it? I've already tried a bunch of things, but nothing helped so far. Ofcoure contacted Mee Audio through email, but that's going pretty slowly and I'm not really getting answers. They couldn't duplicate the problem and said I could return it for repair. Mee Audio has a transmitter as well. One that has the same specs as mine, but is like €70. Maybe this could get rid of the cracking sounds since the products are more compatible or something. If anyone has any info or could help me with this annoying problem, I would really appreciate it.
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  • TheRealRaven
    Analyzing hardware problems through an Internet forum is practically impossible. About the only valid suggestions would be to swap out different components to see which changes make a difference. (That includes swapping out cables.)

    As the issue narrows down to specific components, the likely suggestion becomes replacing that one piece. There is essentially no other physical hardware 'fix' that can be done by anyone except vendor support unless you are already qualified to do the work.
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  • Subhendu Sen

    Make sure this one is not done using Bluetooth. If you are using RCA connector on monitor (if any), make sure that all connections are configured properly.

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  • ToddN2000
    Check the audio setting of you monitor. There could be an issue there if you have the audio quality set incorrectly for the transmitters capabilities. 
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