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Not Magnetical Shielded Subwoofers can cause problems ?

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Not Magnetical Shielded Subwoofers like for example the cheapest 2.1 product like Logitech Z623 or Others can cause problems when its near to PCs or LCD monitors ?
And for "problems" i want to say any sort of malfunctions or strange comportments whit PC or monitor.
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Well they can cause EMI or RFI, but most of the cables and electronics are already shielded. A driver that isn't shielded won't be an issue.

Generally the magnets on those setups aren't too strong to begin with. Now if it was a higher end woofer and you decided to place it next to a mechanical hard drive well then you would have a problem.
    
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