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Clicking sound coming from front speakers

When the radio is on and playing any sound, there is a consistent clicking sound coming from the front speakers. When I say consistent I mean every second, right on time, and the noise is just as load as what may be playing. Any thoughts would be great. It is the Bose system and otherwise plays great.

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