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Microphone makes a static sound when it gets moved. The static comes through the speakers when the microphone is held in different positions. Could it be the cord or the connection to the mic?

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Make sure your connections are clean and tight. There may also be an intermittant or broken wire in the cord. See if you can narrow the problem down by holding some parts of the wire stationary and moving other areas. gently shake the mike with the set off and listen closely for loose parts making noise. (The idea is to eliminate the areas that are good and what's left is broken.) Hope this helps

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