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Speakers emitting a buzzing sound too frequently to ignore

Just hooked up my Inland Pro Sound 200 speakers yesterday. Since then, it keeps emitting a buzzing sound every few minutes. Turning the volume up and down doesnt change the volume of the buzzing, or make it go away. I have to shut them off, and turn them back on to get rid of it. Why is it doing this?

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There may be some sort of electrical device like a mobile phone or something that is near the base unit of the speakerset... try clearing the space around them.. or else it might be cuz of a loose connection... check n reseat all the cables & hopfully the problem will sort out...

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