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ok, I don't if this is normal, but my Swan speakers are making silent buzzing noise when when it is turn off at the control. If it is turn off, it should be dead silent right?
    
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When you say turned off at the control, do you mean flipping the switch behind the subwoofer, or pressing the volume controller (the ring goes from blue to red)?

If it's off from the sub, then that's odd, if it's the round volume control thing, i think you're just muting it, rather than turning the system off.
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the volume control ring is off (red) and there are buzzing from both speakers. Is that normal?
    
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Sounds like a ground loop problem.
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yeah maybe, how can I fix this problem?
    
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A ground lift adapter should only cost a few dollars. That would be a good way to start off.
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Originally Posted by astrallite View Post

A ground lift adapter should only cost a few dollars. That would be a good way to start off.

is this one ground lift adapter? Only one on ebay.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/XLR-GROUND-LIFT-ADAPTER-XLR-MALE-to-XLR-FEMALE-GROUND-WIRE-DISCONNECTED-/110840456216?pt=AU_Pro_Audio&hash=item19ce9b2418&_uhb=1

It is so funny look adapter, where exactly do I plug it into?
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post #8 of 8
Ground lift adapter as astrallite said should fix the issue.

Also, where does your M50w plug into? Is the power source for the M50w over crowded with other components? It's an issue many has been having especially when they connect their speakers power source to the same power source as their computer(s).
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