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Compucessory 2.0 powered sqeakers buzz when I move the mouse. I took the first set back to the store and the second set buzz when I type move the mouse change from one application to another. Have tried different usb Ports and speaker jacks. New Dell computer Windows 7.

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Yeah some no name brand cheap speakers have grounding issues causing that problem

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