Computer noise coming out of my speakers?

Computer noise coming out of my speakers?
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#41

“The sample rate of internal operation is fixed at 44.1 kHz, which means that the VM-3100 will not sync to digital tapes or recording devices set to 48 kHz”.
Which means I can’t use the optical…
I know I can convert the audio inside Cubase but I just didn’t want to mess with the files.


#42

OK… but just know that you should have no perceivable ill effects converting the files


#43

Fear of ignorance. I chose to stay on the safe side just to be sure! :slight_smile:


#44

balanced cables or some sort of junction box should eliminate the noise like the mixer did originally.
RCA leads are THE WORST for this sort of thing.
if u have to use them you need to mess for ages with cable positioning and levels to get good results but they will never be perfect.


#45

Mine does if I charge the laptop .Take the charger cable out it stops


#46

Sounds like some sort of grounding issue!


#47

I thought I’d let you know about my noise issue.

I had everything plugged in the same power strip.
PC, console, speakers, synths, lights etc.

I moved the PC plug to a different socket and that eliminated the noise. At least 90% of it or so.


#48

I tried that but still the same .I have really bad noise if my charger to my pc is plugged in at the same time


#49

The good thing is that you know what’s causing the noise.
Have you tried another charger?


#50

No good point and I think my one is on its way out as I have to jiggle it sometimes


#51

It was the audio driver I found out .All good now