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I am a dj who uses a labtop. When i have my speakers all hooked up and i plug in my charger to the labtop i get feedback through the speakers. What do i do??

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Mute your mic input on the laptop. Go into control panel from start and click on sound. There you will find the option to mute your microphone that is built in your laptop(the tiny little mic). The sound from your speakers is feeding back through the little bugger. LOL

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