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MacBook Pro - Noise in speakers - Macbook pro to LCD


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I'm trying to watch a movie on my LCD with my MBP hooked up to it. Video is fine but I have a 3.5 stereo plug that goes from the MBP to the red/white inputs on the LCD for audio and when it's plugged in there is this high pitched noise/static that's comes from the LCD's speakers - really annoying. What do I need to do?
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Does it happen with any other speakers/headphones etc?

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No and the noise is only there when the cable is hooked into the macbook pro.
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