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I just bought Accent Acoustics S-3006 computer speakers with an subwoofer for my desk top computer and when I plug everything in and when we turn on the speaker and the computer the local radio station comes through the computer. We can hear all the other sounds of the the computer and the speakers work with playing music on the computer but the local radio station comes through. What can we do to stop this?

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It is called interference.you have to follow the connection guide properly .you have put a wrong wire in the wrong place.please go through your connection again.you can write if you still need more info.

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If you have an antenna close to it move it or disconnect it. if it is just feeding through oddly then you prolly need a inline filter...

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