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My monitor is making a humming noise from the speakers , because i use other speakers (not the ones on the monitor) this is a problem what could cause this

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It is probably a problem with the audio jack, try using other speakers or connect another audio source to your monitor. If the problem persists, you better contact your vendor for a faulty product

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