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Constant static hey guys i own the logitech x-240 speakers and they've been working smoothly up until this morning when the city installed a new water meter. the meter is so advanced that is puts out some kind of signal for easy reading thru a reader or something. im pretty sure this is the problem, but i thought Logitech made there speakers well and wouldn,t be affected by a water meter signal? and thats the only thing that has changed in the house within the last 24 hours. gotta be it, just needed a second opinion. and if it is so, is their anything i can do about it?.like the old tin foil over the signal sender?, get back asap plz. the sound is annoying.

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  • drumrboy485 Dec 06, 2008

    hey i also bought the logitech x240 speakers and i read on another site that dust can cause it but its really damn annoying it pops and **** every few seconds and im 4 hours from home so i cant just get new speakers. i turned the volume down under the volume controls but it still cracks for certain songs. hit me back with anything. thanks

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Hello, all you have to do is get the ipod or portable dvd or cd player plug it and play it with minimal volume, just listen if there is clear sound coming out from the speaker, for you to know the answer to question...

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