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We are using a mounted data projector to show a DVD before a school musical program and have a hum that all but drowns out the childrens voices on the DVD. How do we hear the voices and get rid of the hum? We are going through a sound system, not just the projector speakers.

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One of the speakers or more than one maybe next to something is giving the speaker feedback. Try placing the speakers farther apart. A cell phone, office phone, or even a laptop could be giving feedback to the speakers. Tring moving the speakers father apart and at different locations. If that does not work you may possibly have the speakers plugged into the the wrong output outlet. Check the wiring connections to make sure they plugged in properly as well.

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

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    You possibly could be getting feedback from the cords connected to the wrong output outlet at the source. Make sure to recheck your connections. Another strong possibility is that the speakers are getting feedback from each other. What that means is that the speakers may be too close to each other. There also may be interferance from a close by mobile phone, land line, or laptop/desktop. Make sure that the speaker are nowhere near these locations.

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