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Back when I was restoring old-time radio shows, we had a saying: "sometimes the quickest and most effective noise reduction technique is ripple-delete." If it's an "instantaneous" sound, maybe you can just cut it out...


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The comments to my question helped me troubleshoot until I found the culprit. I forget to mention in the OP that I also used a 6-foot 3.5 mm extension cable, since the monitors’ RCA cable didn’t reach on its own. I just did some testing, and trying the RCA cable without the extension eliminated the background hum, and presumably the pops as well. I’m now ...


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Does the sound go away when you mute your problem mic? Here are some things I would try: If it goes away when muted, it is likely RF interference so please move your receiver away from speakers and radios. You can also adjust the squelch level on your microphone to reduce RF levels when not in use. If it doesn't go away when muted, please try another ...


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iZotope RX 2, Wave Arts Master Restoration, or (if you have the budget) CEDAR CT16.


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iZotope RX 2, no doubt.


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