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Getting Radio Signals through Sound out on G4

Posted on 2001-08-01
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My sound out port on my G4 is acting as an antenna and I am picking up a radio station through my computer speakers.  I bought a ferrite box to put around the cable from my speakers right at the sound out port but this does nothing.  How stop radio signals from coming through my speakers.

Please respond to tclarke@mac.com
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Your sound out port doesnt collect sound. Your sound IN port might be and it could be piping those through to the sound out. In your sound control panel turn off "Play sound through output device".
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Answer as above.
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