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Hello i have been searching the internet with my problem with my ipod causing interference over the speakers it is like a loud hissing noise.

I have seen other answers on this site but wondered if anyone has found some way of solving the problem is it the charger that causes the problem ?

Not sure if it matters but i have an is220d.

Thanks

Enda

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Hello and welcome to the LOC.

You really need to eliminate possible causes by substituting components one by one, have you another iPod you could try (or borrow one) have you tried another connecting lead? Does it still do it when run off of Battery only.

Is the volume level correct on the iPod for the input you are using.

By doing this first you may find the cause or at least know what it isn't.

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Hello and welcome to the LOC.

You really need to eliminate possible causes by substituting components one by one, have you another iPod you could try (or borrow one) have you tried another connecting lead? Does it still do it when run off of battery only.

Is the volume level correct on the iPod for the input you are using.

By doing this first you may find the cause or at least know what it isn't.

Will give this a try and see how i get on.

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