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Fuzzy sound when volume is not turned up

When my speakers are not on standby but the volume isn't turned up I can hear a fuzzy noise coming from the speakers. When I touch the pod to turn off the speakers the noise goes away. Is this suppose to be normal? Am I suppose to shut the pod off whenever I turn off the volume?

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I have that also but its does'nt bother me

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