How to resolve inteference between usb wifi adapter and speakers

I have problem that im connecting to wireless network using wifi usb adapter which is cousing my speakers to make that iritating sound like when GSM phone is close to speakers...

is there a way to solve this or how can i make this little bit less unpleasant??
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Haris DulicIT ArchitectAsked:
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cyberseanCommented:
Can you move the speakers further away from the usb adapter?  Or perhaps move the usb adapter to a different port on the front or back of the computer case to create additional distance?
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Darr247Commented:
Is the adapter plugged straight into the USB port or is it on a 2' USB braided shield extension cable?
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Haris DulicIT ArchitectAuthor Commented:
@cybersean ... no i cant create any more distance now they are 20 cm apart

@Darr247 ... its
plugged directly into the USB port....
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Darr247Commented:
Can you try it with a USB cable instead?
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cyberseanCommented:
If your speaker are not "hard wired", you could try to plug in a different speaker wire to see if that helps.
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Haris DulicIT ArchitectAuthor Commented:
i combined all proposed solutions and now its ok..

thanks
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