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Speakers my speakers play funny sound effects in the background even when nothing is playing. what is this? please can you help me?

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    They buzz, and pick up radio frequencies.
    I wish I had the receipt, I'd return them.



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This is a very normal phenomenon.. What is actually happening is while the speakers are turned up, they are amplifying the interference from anything near the audio card within you're computer. Just the same way that you can always tell your cellphone is about to go off. The issue is due to bad insulation in the wires and very often found in cheap speakers. The only way around this is to upgrade your sound card and/or speakers. If this is coming from built in speakers, you're basically SOL. I hope this helps.
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