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OK, What is the speaker connected to ?

Is this a PC with a fancy audio card and software ?

Have you activated any fancy special DSP effects
(such as echo, reverb or concert hall effects)
within the audio card settings or software applications ?

DO you have a microphone attached (internal or external)
that is causing feedback?

do you here a howl or a whistle sometimes, when the speakers
get closer to the PC?

Check the Windows Volume Control, both record and playback.
If there is a microphone setting, mute it.

Hope this gets you started, otherwise give us
more info


Martin

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

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