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Static/putput noises coming from insignia speakers

They're only a year old and whenever they are on they make this dreadful like repetitive popping noise with a background static-type noise. I'm listening to my music at twice the volume to drown it out. Horribly frustrating. My guess is that it's probably bad wiring and they're just crappy speakers, but I've only had them a year and half of that they weren't even being used, they just sat in their box.

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    The Vanguardian May 11, 2010

    First, check them against another set, to make sure it's not your computer that's doing it. If it isn't in the computer, it could be the power adapter that's powering them, see if you can find another adapter with the same voltage and connector.

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