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My computer speakers are buzzing for an unknown reason. i have a woofer but know nothing about it and it being the cause. it is no because of my cell phone as some experts may believe. they still work they just buzz continously while working.

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I have Jensen JMP-52 that began buzzing incredibly loud. I tried moving the plug to a different outlet, the speakers away from my monitor, turning off my cell phone, etc. What finally stopped the buzzing was replacing the original plug-in transformer with a new one (a never used spare from an outdated zip drive). The buzz was gone instantly!

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I have mac notebook and i experience an occasionally static and a pop sound via my studio monitors (speakers) , didn't do it when I first got my yamaha's

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