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Hey there, So I've been having an audio issue I just can't find a solution for. For some odd reason, I am getting an annoying feedback somewhere down the line from my Mixer ( Mackie Profx8 ) and my Windows 7 computer. I have installed a USB soundcard and it still has the same issue as the internal. Here's what the noise sounds like

(You may have to turn up your speakers. Once You hear it, you'll know it) Click Here to listen

I have tried multiple mixers, cables, computers. My Macbook Pro does not replicate the issue. All audio is good on that end.

Now the only way I have found to resolve the issue is to unplug my AUX send, One of my RCA ins ( for skype) and studio monitors. Only by doing this will the feedback go away. Strange because my MBP will work just fine with all of those plugged in.

I know this is long winded question, but any ideas?

asked Jun 05 '12 at 23:20

jwire4's gravatar image


Is that, electronic humming white noise I'm supposed to be hearing? Because thats what it sounds like. A high frequency sine or something. Audio equipment tends to do that when the pickup has some amplification issues (if you can really call it an issue). I'm no audio electronics expert though so I can't really give an answer.

(Jun 06 '12 at 00:24) Kris Kris's gravatar image

That's what it seems to be. Strange because all the other computers plugged into the mixer do not produce that noise.

(Jun 06 '12 at 11:19) jwire4 jwire4's gravatar image
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Asked: Jun 05 '12 at 23:20

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Last updated: Jun 06 '12 at 11:19