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Interference? The speakers are occasionally making a clicking noise. This is when the volume is turned down low and nothing is playing. It seems to also be when there is a change in current (ie, the fridge basically switches between humming and not humming every 20 minutes, this is as it cools and then stops for that time, but during the change every 20 minutes, a clicking noise occurs), the same thing happened when the people in the apartment below us were using an electric drill - everytime it turned on/off! Does anyone have any idea of what I should do?

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  • simonj2 Jun 24, 2008

    I do! The power cable though is just plugged into the mains (but obviously the audio cable is plugged into the computer). I've never had this problem with any other speaker... is there a way around it then? Thank you!

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You must use a UPS on your PC set.

Posted on Jun 24, 2008

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    Jimix Eouex Jun 25, 2008

    Well, maybe you have problem with your speaker, check if your speaker has really had problem by connecting it to other amplifier ( example DVD player). If it performs the same then you have trouble with your speaker but if it function right then you have problem now with your PC.

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