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Cell phone static on Roland MA-8 speakers

I am greatly annoyed by the very loud static type noise from my speakers whenever someone in the area turns on a cell phone.
I am using them as speakers for my computer. The sound is awesome but so is the static. I know the static is from a cell phone because it happens when I turn my cell phone on.
It is a di-di-di type noise.

Is there a way to ground the speakers? or maybe put a filter somewhere or maybe sheild the cables? Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.


RobertJ.

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SOURCE: I want to mount B-Tech

As for ? 1. The brackets will be strong enough to hold the speakers up. ? 2. If you attach the brackets towards the top of the speaker you will not hit the amp inside. Sense you are using just half inch screws you are safe. I would use the #6 screws.

Good Luck and please accept the answer

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