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Noise in my speakers

There is an internal computer hum that I can't seem to get off the sound card. It comes through speakers and headphones. When I record it also records. I've tried grounding my system. I've tried moving cables so they dont' cross. But it won't go away. Is it the sound card or driver? I have the Maya 44 USB

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Re: noise in my speakers

You need to go to asio config and open the controls tab and mute the first two channels on the left hand side you will hear your music without the humming noise.

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