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Buzzing Issues With External Speakers

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by matt23sg, Jul 19, 2010.

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  1. matt23sg

    matt23sg Thread Starter

    Jul 19, 2010
    I have a Dell Latitude D820 laptop, which I have connected to my Logitech external speakers (two speakers and a control box with a base below). I have buzzing coming from the speakers, which through investigation I have noticed is caused by my laptop's charger (when charger is unplugged from computer the buzzing stops).
    I know where the problem is coming from, but no idea how to fix it. Please hlep

    Thanks a lot,
  2. Je55y


    Jul 16, 2010
    The problem is more than likely due to an interference caused by the current running through the charger.

    Make sure the cable for the speakers and and the cable for the charger do not come in contact.

    When they do, its called current induction (or an induced current) meaning you hear a buzzing around the same frequency as the current.

    Also, try plugging the charger in to a different power point.
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