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Scratchy noise with studio monitors

Trying with your laptop was a great idea and tells us what the problem likely is. There’s probably some kind of grounding issue with your desktop computer and that’s causing noise in the ground ...
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Anything wrong with storing studio monitors right next to each other?

There will be no effect whatsoever. Permanent magnets cannot be de-gaussed, they're permanent. Nothing else within a speaker will be affected.
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Would playing electric guitar through studio monitors hurt the monitors?

I've recorded entire albums using virtual amps… where else are you going to listen to them but over the studio monitors? So long as you don't run a guitar amp speaker output straight into them, & ...
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Security for studio monitors

This might be overkill, but you can use the same security cables you'd use with a laptop or anything with the Kensington security slots, but instead of relying on the slots, you'd install the same ...
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Studio Monitors/ Mac Mini (MINIJACK)

The mini-jack will be a stereo jack socket, which requires a TIP/RING/SLEEVE plug to interface correctly. The two signals you will need are TIP/SLEEVE and RING/SLEEVE - with SLEEVE being the signal ...
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TRS to RCA audio out, what am I not understanding?

I'd normally say "look at their documentation" but Behringer's docs are usually abysmal & give no clues for anything like this. [I checked the manual for this & yup, abysmal.] TRS ...
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Do I need an audio interface for my studio monitors?

That horrible hiss sound is system noise. Realtek audio inputs on PC's and laptops are cheap and the circuits are not well shielded. So noise from the electronic components finds its way in to the ...
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Connecting a synthesizer (Prophet Rev 2) directly to speakers/monitors

Prophet outputs are unbalanced. Then a pair of jack TS - RCA could be what you are looking for. I assume you have the Eris active speakers you have described.
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How to avoid computer noise in studio monitors?

One thing that I found out btw is that when I plug Behringer directly with its USB to pc there is no more noise. It seems the problem is my MAudio Interface. But what will I do with that? Should I ...
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Connecting both my mixers and my audio interface to my studio monitors

You should consider a "Studio Monitor Controller" with the appropriate number of input (stereo-)channels, and appropriate amount of output (stereo-)channels for your specific requirements. ...
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Mixing question about headphones

Technically, you don't need studio monitors. If you know what a great mix sounds like on your headphones, and you understand what mixing decisions are necessary to create a similarly great mix, then ...
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Stereo vs mono studio monitors?

The term "2-way" has nothing to do with mono or stereo. 2-way means that the monitor speaker reproduces the audio signal with two speaker cones, each responsible for a certain frequency range that are ...
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