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Buzzing sound through the speakers

When i turn on my stereo (rca rt2280) it has a low or sometimes high buzzing noise in the backround, it gets louder as you turn the stereo volume down usualy, it does the in all input areas.

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Sounds like you are getting interferance from something like a cordless phone, TV, Computer something like that.

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