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Feedback on speakers when I plug them into computer

I don't know if feedback is the word, but it sounds like when a guitar player makes that terrible noise on stage by accident when I plug in my Bose companion 2's into my computer. You know that sceaming noise.

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    Sorry, I need more information. I'm not even sure what you are talking about? Thanks

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    Bose acoustic 10 speakers aren't working sound is distorted just noise no words

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Is there a microphone also plugged into or built in to your computer, and is it enabled? If so, be sure to turn it off ..

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WRONG INPUT?

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