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Virus ti snow, static shock
Old 9th March 2014
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Virus ti snow, static shock

I've just bought a virus ti snow module, I've placed it infrunt of my macbook pro and I noticed a slight static buzz from the virus into my arm. At first I thought it was the mac but I've turned the mac off and unplugged it, buzz had gone away but if I put my hand on my Roland keyboard which is metal and plugged in and my finger on the virus I get a static shock in to my finger. There is a faint dot on the virus on the right hand side just under where it says virus, the static shock seems to be quite strong from this dot. I wondered if anyone else had experienced this or knows what might be up? Could it be the adapter? Or even the electric in my house as we've had problems with the electric shorting sometimes, advice would be appreciated cheers
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