When my volume on my speakers pick up two to three television and radio programs. I can't listen to anything because of this. Please someone help me!

When the volume is on I get two or three different shows at the same time through my speakers. They are television and radio advertisements. I can't listen to anything on my computert because of this. It is a notebook from Toshiba. Please help me. Thank you, Marty



·        Do you have any radio running on the system?

·        Since when are you facing this problem?

·        Remember to make changes to the system?

·        This happens every time you turn on the speakers, or whenever you use any program on the system?

·        Do you by any chance know what station you are picking up and where it is broadcast from?

This phenomenon is known as "radio frequency interference of breakthrough." It occurs because the sons of the speakers are acting like an antenna and pick up the radio wave, converted into an electric signal.

Then there is a kind of non-linearity that turns the radio wave, producing the audio component. This could be, for example, a joint interim corroded like Crystal in a traditional game of quartz and correct radio frequency signal, producing a sound frequency signal that emits a sound when it passes through the speaker.

I suggest you to check with various stakeholders, if the problem persists.

Grouping of cables with clamps Colson reduce their will reduce interference, Twining around ferrite rings (at least 10 to 15 laps around the winding ferrite ring), each speaker cable. Ferrite rings act as RFI filters, making it inefficient antennas of cables. This reduces the signal level on the amplifier wiring radio.

Apart from this, check to see if a third-party program runs in the background. To perform a clean boot, follow the steps mentioned below.

How to configure Windows XP to start in a "clean boot" State


Thanks and regards.

Thahaseena M
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