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I have 2 identical monitors that i use for my studio

And one on the left has started casting a hi hiss sound onto my audio path. if i shut that monitor off, the hiss goes away. the only thing that is plugged in from that monitor is the power and the monitor cable to my G5 tower. I have tried switching cables, same problem. any ideas? the other monitor works fine.

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They are sitting right next to each other?
sometimes you have to space electronic out, due to there out put... if they are really close to each other try moving one and see what happens.
hope this helps

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