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Noise coming from my speakers?

So I have noise coming out my speakers and it's slightly audible, I just got a new monster power pro 900 power conditioner and ever since I hear that noise, can it be how everything is connected?
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what kind of noise? 60 cycle hum? high buzz? gritty crackling? or is this an editorial comment on the music?
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Is like a buzzing sound, especially when I had my 24 inch screen connect to the power conditioner I even had to unplug the screen because my speaker were picking up to much noise.
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On the back of the conditioner there are 8 outlets including 2 purple and 2 gold, what is purple and gold for?
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Don't plug a video screen into the audio equipment power conditioner.
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Kool I knew it was dumb to do that but when I explained to a guy at best buy he didn't know it was bad thing to do I guess. Well now I noe not to plug that in thanks!!!
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Kool I knew it was dumb to do that but when I explained to a guy at best buy he didn't know it was bad thing to do I guess. Well now I noe not to plug that in thanks!!!
did that work for you?
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Ya it actually did. I tried speakers on a different outlet without the power conditioner and now I can tell the difference I guess I was used to all the noise before and now that I expect the sound to be clean I guess I was hearing the noise I didn't pay attention to before thanks guys!
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