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Radio station broadcast through speakers

How do i get rid of the radio noise- a radio station broadcast comes out of the speakers whenever they are turned on. If I disconnect the computer output cord, the noise stops, but if I mute the computer's volume it doesn't make a difference. They didn't do this before I moved to a new room in a different dorm. Why is this, and is there anything I can do to reduce/eliminate it?

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First off no offence but this is happening because they are cheap .. (i know from experience lol)

okay this sounds dumb but it works radio waves cannot go through brass so setting something brass by your speakers will solve this problem

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