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Speaker feedback I bought these computer speakers & I love them, they sound great except that they get an awful feedback from cell phones, my wireless router, my external hard drive. They seem to pickup feedback from all sorts of things. Is there any quick remedy for this?

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  • djbradyk Jan 31, 2008

    Ok so if they are running on the same frequency (which sounds very probable) is there a solution?

  • djbradyk Jan 31, 2008

    The speakers I am referring to are Altec Lansing VS2421. I'll try the foil fix, thank you for your solution.

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I have the same as yours, my solution I placed the speaker with controls closest to the CPU, just less than 10 inches away and the excess wires "especially the Input line" is rolled up and wrapped it with a foil, "the silver wrapper"... So far I have filtered the noise that interferes with my listening...

I hope it works on your system... Mine is Creative SBS20... What's yours anyway?

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Everything that has current usually produces a small radio signal. Your speakers may be running at the same signal and screwing it up. You can play around with Scanner Radio's and try to figure out what frequency it's running on. Do this to all the hardware thats causing the problem and i bet it's that they all run on the same frequency and you're just getting interference noise coming through your speakers.

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