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Scatchlive box is faulty?

Everytime i plug my powerplug into my laptop a big static noise comes out of my speakers, but it works ok when i unplug my powerplug to my laptop. And i know the problem is definately my scratchlive box cause I swapped my serato box with my mates one and sound was sweet. Has this happened to anyone else? Please help.

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  • akeem411 Nov 12, 2008

    yea! i experience the same problem and i thing the box is faulty.

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