#1
Alright, so I pop onto the computer this morning and my computer speakers are giving me feedback right? So I'm all like making a cup of coffee and thinking "Well, someone turned the mic on"

Well there's no friggin mic attached to the computer. I can play audio and stuff, but it still gets feedback and pops. Is this 60 cycle hum?

... Computers

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Last edited by bastards at Dec 26, 2011,
#2
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#5
If you take the speaker jack and plug it into the headphone out on your speakers it should cancel out
#6
what you really need is new speakers
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#8
I've only got one channel on, and it's reading full output. I dunno kids, maybe the usb sound thingy crapped out on me. Don't ever buy an X-fi Go.
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