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Try to change the location of you desktop PC...because some static sound is came from the other device creating static...like lantern with ballast ..etc

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How do i connect a set of Harmon Karden HK695-01 speakers to a Macbook Pro Mid 2010


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Step 1:
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On my 2003 Avalanche, after the radio has been on for a few minutes static starts in the front right speaker then travels to all of them. As the static gets louder the radio volume goes down and the static...


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I have problems with my logitech z 2200 i have static on the speaker i unluged and even switched the plugs which ever speaker is pluged into the slot will have static i got this system as a gift plz help...


Read this here -
http://forums.logitech.com/t5/2-1-2-0-Speaker-Systems/Z-2200-Touching-the-remote-volume-knob-results-in-a-very-loud/m-p/369699;jsessionid=4ED1A1BC248CB27152E9281D845FAF4A

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