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Static noise ok so now and then, i get a weird loud static noise coming out of my speakers, and then it stops after 2 seconds then i can't hear any sound. After a minute the sound comes back and the static noise comes back randomly again. what should i do!???!

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  • thacker Dec 07, 2007

    static from the left speaker only along with sound - goes on and off - no sound from main speaker

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  • hellspawn Feb 14, 2009

    when I turn on my speakers all that comes through is static that gets louder and louder the longer the speakers are turned on



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Check for the Third earth wire of your computer else check for the motherboard taking earth for the cabinet.


Good luck

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