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Feedback in speakers

I get this drumming-type feedback in my X-230 logitech do I fix?

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Re: Feedback in speakers

Move speakers around to see if it clears up. check to see if they are firmly pluged in and in right slots. if you are using a soundcard make sure onboard audio is turned off in bios.

Posted on Jan 23, 2008

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