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I've been having this same problem for a while now. My speakers will emit a high-pitched beeping, about 5 of them in fact, really quickly every 20 seconds or so. The beeps are faint, but definitely audible enough to be annoying. They happen with or without music playing, and with or without headphones ( I think its actually comgin from my pc). They are also there when I use the onboard laptop speakers. I have an IBM thinkpad r40, and I am using klipsch gmx a-2.1 speakers. I really have no idea what it could be, but I think it might be something windows is doing (?) Please help!
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reddragon114

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i dont know dude sounds like you have a microphone or sumthing interferring with your speakers eather that or they have been blown



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:tazz: ;) srry dident read your whole post :) :(

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Edited by reddragon114, 01 August 2005 - 01:57 AM.

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it could also be you have really [bleep] speakers because your little brother spilt juice on em or sumthiin lol :tazz:

Edited by reddragon114, 01 August 2005 - 01:49 AM.

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srry about the flush and yea i think it is comming from your pc ive had the same problem. :tazz: i think it is because your pc overheats when you leave it on for 2 long like if you dont turn it off when u go to sleep and stuff it can overheat and make that sound i dont know if this is correct but it seemed to go away after i started turning it off when i go to sleep

Edited by reddragon114, 01 August 2005 - 01:53 AM.

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I have a similar problem its my wireless scanning for networks when its connected i dont get it but if its disconnected i have to disable it to get rid of the noise. It might not be the same problem but it may be something similar the wires arent insulated and you may be picking up em signals.
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