Why is an audible static sound coming from the satellite speakers?
Concept B 200 USB is a sound system which renders sound with hardly any static. Because the system has a very detailed resolution in high frequencies, it may expose the poor quality of some audio sources (i.e. an MP3 file or an analogue cassette tape). The static in the audio source may not previously have been apparent when it was rendered on a system of less quality. You can test the Concept B 200 USB for static by connecting it to an audio source you know to be static-free like an audio CD played over a portable CD player. Use a cinch cable to connect the audio source with the AUX or MP3 terminal on the Concept B 200 USB amplifier. If both satellites then render sound static-free, the problem has to do with a faulty signal. It may be that your cinch cable is defective, or the output terminals of your amplifier aren’t generating an adequate signal. If you continue to hear a high level of static, a component of your Concept B 200 USB set may be defective. Swap the channel positions of
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