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Basically, I've noticed a fairly faint static noise while listening to music at about 30%-40& with the Logitech z-2300's. I dont know if the problem persists when the speakers are any higher because I dont generally listen to music that high, but I've found that a potential solution can be making sure that the uncompressed Digital Signals. If not then how can I make the static go away, or is it just all in my head? Resources: http://forums.logitech.com/t5/2-1-2-0-Speaker-Systems-READ/Z-2300-All-Static-Please-advise/td-p/429012

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Most speakers I have owned or listened too have a faint buzz or static to them. If you are using a computer turn up the volume on the computer all the way and then you should not have to turn the volume knob on your speakers past 20% that's what i did with mine and they sound fine. If you are using something else like an i pod or something like that make sure you turn the volume on the device all the way up to ensure you don't have to turn the speakers up that high. If that's not your problem then i don't know.

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