posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 01:45 PM
you can quickly find out if it local interference, as some previous posters suggested, or if it is something coming over the web. Just unplug your LAN
cable (if you are wired), else switch off your wi-fi connection on your laptop, and see if the noises disappear. If it disappears after you are
disconnected from the web, it can be something over the web, however unlikely, esp. if you don't have any funny software running. If you are wired,
and the voices disappear after you have unplugged your Ethernet cable, try replacing your ethernet cable with a screened one, as it can act as an
antenna, esp. if there is a fault in it, which can re-radiate into your laptop speakers. If, after disconnecting yourself from the network, the voices
are still there, well, then it is some pickup from AM-transmitters.
I stand corrected, after listening to the sample that you uploaded, it is not interference. Somewhere on your internet explorer (firefox, chrome, etc,
etc ..... you have an ad running), or you are tuned into a streaming service with something like mediaplayer, VLC, realplayer, etc, etc, or you have a
mediaplayer playing some audio file, or it can be a trojan too. Still, disconnect your internet, and then you'll know if it is a streaming service, or
an internet ad, or if it is a program playing audio local to your laptop......
edit on 16/11/2012 by Hellhound604 because: (no reason