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Computer audio malfunctions with external amplifier

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by oniro, Sep 10, 2008.

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  1. oniro

    oniro Thread Starter

    Aug 23, 2003
    I have an audio Hardware problem. Unfortunately I know nothing about electronics and don't know how to solve it. When trying to connect a line-out from my computer to listen music in an external amplifier, there is a very strong "hum" sound in the amplifier speakers. The amplifier is absoluty new and works fine at all other functions. And the line is ok because I made a test by connecting it to an MP3 gadget and it worked smoothly with the amplifier. But when I check audio to my computer with my headset connected to the audio output, this humming is audible in the background. How can I solve this problem ?. Almost all my music is in my computer and has now this annoying "hum"..

    Thanks for your kind help,

    Oniro :confused:
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