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2.0 Ch usb powered Speaker system buzzing

When i plug in my speakers i hear a constan buzz like an alarm kinda but when i unplug the power cord it goes away

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Hi, check all the connections,cables and replace as needed. sounds like a ground loop.also your power outlet may not be grounded or the power adapter may have issue, this could case the condition you describe.try other power outlet. you can get filters ,conditioners at like radio shack or places like that.. hope this is useful. good luck!

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