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General guestion just wondering if these speakers are magnetically shielded

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Yes they are

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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Plug in wire to aux and the engine noise comes thru speakers


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its a bad cable. get a new cable yours is bad.
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Are my tr-2810 tower speakers shielded? Will they ruin my television?


if you are using lcd monitor then it will not do any damage to it. however, if it is a crt type of monitor then yes it can or may damage the monitor. if the speakers do not that they are shielded then you should assume that they are not and should be placed away from the crt monitor because the speakers magnetic field will affect the crt magnetic filed used to display the picture on the screen. speakers with high magnetic fields and are unshielded should kept away from crt type monitors! lcd monitors do not use magnetic fields to bring a picture to the screen so it will not affect these types of monitors.
you nay also check your user's or owner's manual for more information on you speakers and maybe check any of the manufactures web site as well. but it better safe the sorry to keep the speakers away from the monitor in question.

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Can a subwoofer affect a computer monitor?


Most computer speakers are (SHIELDED) and this protects electronics from the magnets in the speakers! So you should be safe if your surround sound system is made for a computer system! ( if not two feet is a safe distance)
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Picture problems


First thing I would try is a degaussing coil. The problem was not caused by the speakers in the TV (they are magnetically shielded) but by some kind of external magnetic field, like speakers or refrigerator magnets. Could also explain the picture shift, if it's severe enough and someone used a strong magnet.
You can find degaussing coils here:

http://www.mcmelectronics.com/product/72-790

They usually come with some basic instructions. You can also make your own and instructions for using one can be found at the same place:

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Speakers for home thearter


Hi dogbert007,

Luckily, shielding your TV from the magnetic field produced by audio components is necessary due to the technology in a Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) display. If you have an LCD television, you should not have to worry about placing them within a few feet as you plan.

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Magnets in the wall


magnet can affect color of your screen you need to relocate either your tv or the speaker. you can also remove the pink tinge in the upper corner of your tv by USING A MAGNET, how? by putting this magnet to the affected area then drag going out of your casing. prior from this you need to relocate your tv or the speaker to solve tour problem

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sounds like interferance try moving the speakers around maybe away from the monitor and try turning off any thing elec around your pc to find out maybe what is causing this

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