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When I plug in my speakers, they make a constant static sound. It can become quite loud at times and I've found that turning the input chord around can sometimes work, or unplugging the charger for my laptop, but it makes a very loud and very headaching noise, very often. The static sound never goes away unless it's unplugged, it only gets softer or louder.

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If your speakers are near to some electronic devices you'll get theses static noises try to keep them away from electronic devices which solves it very easily..

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