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coasttech

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Why is it when a Monitor is set to an improper or low setting you will get a high pitch humming sound from it?


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Kemasa

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Because it is trying to lock on to the the freq. and can't since it is out of range and the oscillator is running at a higher freq. I am sure that others can give you a more technical description.
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