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Background noise in response to computer actions - on computer speakers


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I have a new computer, Logitech's 10 year old speakers work fine, but I hear faint noise sounds (i.e. no sounds of But something caused by some malfunction) in response to actions on the screen, i.e. the noise is synchronized with debris seen on the screen: scrolling, moving a window, selecting objects, loading.


This phenomenon is very old for me, what is the name of the problem to search on Google? How is it treated? 



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  • 4 months later ...

Sounds like a grounding problem (EMI) similar to what is written in this forum:


You can try putting a similar magnetic grounding filter on the cable that connects the speakers to the computer, or on the computer power cord:

SG $ 9.39 | 10pcs TDK 7mm Clip-on RFI EMI Filter Ferrite

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