Question about M-Audio Fast Track Pro External Sound System
Youre electric box consists of a certain circuitery of parallel and serial resistors and capacitors.... when u switch on any other switch from the box the newly made connection offers less resistence to the one ur applying from the sound system , so the preference of current is to flow through an easy way out and hence makes ur problem.... for solution i would firstly suggest u to always use a seperate connection line for heavy power consumption devices.... my answer will beproved if u replace that speaker system with some other appliance of low voltage ... now apply any other connection the low voltage appliance wont stop
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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