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Bought New Speakers And They Are Making My Screen Fuzzy


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I dont Know If U can Help Me But I Bough New Speakers And They Have Made My Screen Fuzzy I Duno What To Do ?
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move them away from your monitor, speakers work on magnets...magnets mess with computer monitors
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thanks haha a didnt think of that so daft lol
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move them away from your monitor, speakers work on magnets...magnets mess with computer monitors


And before anybody asks...

Monitors with built-in speakers are shielded to prevent the interference. Plus they're not exactly all that powerful anyway. Any set of external speakers one buys will not be shielded to the extent that built-in ones are.
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