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Posted on 1997-07-08
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I have a reveal Subwoofer System with passive satellites connected to an AWE-64 Gold soundcard and am experiencing noise throught the speakers ranging from foreign radio stations to just a low pitched white noise when viewing certain internet pages (sometimes it's even dependant on the colours used on the page). Any ideas, or would this simply be solved by plugging a RF suppressor into the socket. Modem is a Harmony V34 Voice,
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This is quite common since hte PS system in a modern Puter isnt exactly designed for LowNoise.. An RF supressor _might_ work, but probably not.. I have found that QDI and ASUS motherboards and HP powersupplies makes for a low noise combination.
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Keep your speakers and speaker wires as far from other wires and equipment as possible.  Even your mouse can cause static on speakers (the wire is like a radio transmitter that can crackle your speakers when the mouse is moved).  Avoid having looping wires around your system if you can't keep them separate.
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