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I have static coming through my speakers and they are brand new. how can i stop this noise

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My speakers where doing the same thing. I know this sounds weird but i added an 8ft long headphone extention and it instantly quit why i dont know but it worked for me so if u have one around try it out

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The static is probably coming from the computer sound card itself. Turn the volume down on the computer mixer it should limit the static you are hearing.

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