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Phazing when i connect computer to mixer + amp i get really bad interferance from laptop coming over load speakers ,could i be missing a diver to stop this if so which one would it be.

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  • Anonymous Jan 30, 2009

    i am problem my acer aspire one; the sound not found,,,end panel key.control..
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  • lanzarotepau Jan 30, 2009

    i am using the head phone jack to connect to mixer and the phazing interferance is still coming though from the computer

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You need to adjust the volume on the computer down or use the headphone jack instead of a speaker output (if it has one).

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  • BillW50 Jan 30, 2009

    Did you also turn the volume down too? If you can't find any satisfactory solution, what many professions do is to use an external sound card. Either USB, PCMCIA (PC Card), or ExpressCard. They do this because most built in sound cards are too noisy for them to use.

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