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Logitech speakers occasionally making loud thudding noise!?

My logitech (powered) soundman pro computer speakers will occasionally just start making a loud thumping noise and the only way to silence it is to remove the power cord from the back of the main speaker. any ideas as to what the problem is and how to fix it??

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I have the same problem.... its very annoying, i cant get it to go away!

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