Why are my Beats Fit Pro earbuds making a weird noise?
Beats Fit Pro Earbuds may make a weird noise when their software is not updated timely. Such unusual sounds may also indicate a faulty wire in the headset or debris in the speaker.
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The reason for weird earbuds sounds may be faulty hardware and outdated software. Here are some of the most common reasons for this issue:
- Electrical interference may obstruct the audio output
- Outdated software of the earbuds can cause weird sounds in the headset
- Liquid damage to the earbuds can also result in buzzing or annoying sounds
- Debris in the earbuds usually results in a weird noise
Electrical interference may obstruct the audio output.
Suppose you have your headset on in a café. There may be multiple electronic gadgets in this place. Signals emitting from these devices often interfere with the audio output, resulting in a weird noise in your headset.
Outdated software of the earbuds can cause weird sounds in the headset.
Gadgets that run on any software require constant software updates. There are constant reminders for you to run the updates. If you want your earbuds to work seamlessly, ensure that you get their software updated in a timely manner.
Liquid damage to the earbuds can also result in buzzing or annoying sounds.
Moisture in the ear can easily steep into the earbuds. A process called condensation results in water droplets inside the earbuds. It disrupts the audio output and makes your earbuds make unusual sounds.
Debris in the earbuds usually results in a weird noise.
Earwax transfer to the earbuds or dust or similar debris inside the headset brings down the earbuds’ performance and creates weird sounds. Cleaning your earbuds help fix the issue.
Why are my Beats Fit Pro making a buzzing noise?
Busted wires of the earbuds often result in a buzzing noise. Besides this, liquid damage to the headset also create waterfall-like noise.It happens when excessive liquid damages the IPX4 water-resistant barrier.
How to Fix Buzzing Noise on Beats Fit Pro
Multiple methods can help you fix the issue of the buzzing noise in the earbuds. Here are some of the most common ones:
Turning Off Nearby Bluetooth Devices [Method 1]
Bluetooth or electronic devices close to the headsets result in buzzing noise in the earbuds. The first method is to:
- Turn off all Bluetooth devices.
- Turn off the mouse, keyboard, or other devices that can be paired with a Bluetooth device.
- Stop using the earbuds in the area that has an electronic appliance that shares the same wavelengths as Bluetooth devices. Such appliances may include a microwave.
Turn off the Bluetooth [Method 2]
Disruptions in Bluetooth connections cause buzzing noise in your earbuds. Here is what you can do to fix it:
- Turn off Bluetooth for between 10 and 15 seconds.
- Switch it on again and connect your earbuds.
Reset the Earbuds [Method 3]
A tried-and-tested method of fixing buzzing noise in the earbuds is by resetting them. It can be done as follows:
- Remove the headset from your ears.
- Keep the earbuds in their case, and don’t close the lid.
- Press the system button for around 10-15 seconds – or till the time you see red and white light flashes.
- Let go of the button.
These steps will let you reset the earbuds so that you can enjoy the audio output once again.
Get the Headsets Updated [Method 4]
Headsets with old software don’t run smoothly. Follow the following steps to fix the issue:
- Download the Beats Updater app.
- Check for any updates.
- If updates are available, run those.
Cleaning Your Earbuds [Method 5]
Gunk or debris in the earbuds also causes weird, buzzing sounds in the headset.
This problem can be resolved by:
- Cleaning the earbuds with the help of a safety pin or a small needle;
- Inserting the pin into the small hole and taking out the dirt/debris;
- Use a lint-free microfiber cloth to clean the outer surface of the earbuds.
This method is applicable if there is some solid debris in the earbuds. In case you suspect any liquid damage to the headset:
- Grab an alcohol swab and rub it around the earbuds, especially near the areas where you think the moisture buildup is.
- Cover the earbuds in a bed of rice and let them inside it for at least 48 hours.
Note: These methods help fix the issue of buzzing noise. If the problem persists, it indicates that you should get the headset repaired.
Why are my Beats Fit Pro Making Static Noise?
Static noise is a result of the moisture buildup in your earbuds. Faulty wires can also cause it. Earbuds that are used for long hours also face the problem of earwax buildup.
How to Fix Static Noise on Beats Fit Pro
Various factors may result in static noise in the earbuds.
Some methods that can help fix the issue are:
Checking the Audio Source [Method 1]
The issue may not necessarily be linked to the earbuds. It makes sense to check the audio source.
- Turn off the song or the audio that you are playing.
- Choose some other audio to check if the sound improves.
Bluetooth Connection [Method 2]
A fault in the Bluetooth connection also causes static noise in the headset.
Here is what you can do to resolve the issue:
- Go to the Settings option on your device and click the Bluetooth button.
- Forget your earbuds from the device.
- Send a confirmation through a pop-up message that you want to unpair the device.
- Wait for 15 seconds or less.
- Pair the headset back with the device.
How to Fix Crackling Noise on Beats Fit Pro
Crackling noise in the earbuds is caused by multiple Bluetooth devices in the surrounding.
This problem can be fixed with the help of the following steps:
- Turn off all the nearby Bluetooth devices.
- Take off the earbuds and put them in the case.
- Don’t close the lid; press the system for about 15 seconds or until you see light flashes.
If the issue isn’t resolved, call the store and get a replacement.
How to Fix High-Pitched Noise on Beats Fit Pro
These earbuds have their noise cancelation feature on all the time. It means that the earbuds’ amplifier is always on. The high-pitched noise in the earbuds will tell you that its system is working. This problem also exists if you have other devices connected to your phone/computer.
To fix the issue:
- Try turning off other connected devices to check if any mix-up causes wireless signal issues.
- Turn off the noise-canceling feature and see if it works.
- Reset your earbuds and unpair them. Pair them again with the device and check if the issue gets resolved.
Beats Fit Pro Making Noise While Moving
Headphones that have their noise-canceling feature turned on often detect the vibrations created by a moving human body. So, earbuds detect your body’s vibrations if you are out jogging or just walking around.
The best way to fix the issue is to turn off automatic ear detection and noise control. The following steps will help resolve the issue:
- Go to the Bluetooth option in Settings on your device.
- Click on the earbuds’ name.
- Toggle off the automatic ear detection option.
Beats Fit Pro Static Noise in the Left Ear
Static noise in the left air may be created if there is debris or dust inside the particular earbud.
To fix it:
- Take off the earbud.
- Use an alcohol swab to clean the area where there is moisture.
- Keep it in a bag of rice for two nights.
- If there is debris, use a small needle to take it off.
Beats Fit Pro Static Noise in the Right Ear
Static noise in the right ear may be linked to the issues in the particular earbuds. Faulty wires or debris in the earbuds may cause the problem.
Follow these steps to resolve the issue:
- Remove the earbud from your ear.
- Take a pointed safety pin and insert it into the tiny holes to remove the debris.
- If there is liquid damage, dab some alcohol on a lint-free microfiber cloth and clean the area.
- Place the earbud in a bag of rice for 48 hours.
How Do I Turn on Noise Canceling on Beats Fit Pro?
Turning on the noise-canceling feature is a piece of cake. All you have to do is press the playback button on any one of the earbuds. The feature is on as soon as you hear a soft beep soft.
In case you are not comfortable with using the physical buttons, here’s is what you can do:
- Access the Control Center option
- Tap on Volume Shortcut
- Choose “Noise Control”
- Set the control to noise cancelation.
Why is My Beats Fit ANC not working?
If the active noise cancelation feature is not working on your earbuds, do the following:
- Do the ear-fit test and see if the earbuds are perfectly adjusted into your ear canal.
- Check if the device needs any software update. The latest firmware is 4B58.
- If all these steps fail, you should take the earbuds to the Apple store and have them checked – or replaced, if needed.