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I apologize if this is the wrong section. I am unable to determine what is going on. I have been hearing random audio while viewing various pages on this site. I originally assumed it was advertisements, but I am at a loss. I am sure it's this site because I have no other programs open some of the times it has happened. Today it was some classical music. Yesterday I was able to discern an excerpt of Brian Tong from CNET Online. It was around 30 seconds of audio repeating, and I haven't viewed anything with his voice in as much as a month. It has been seemingly random, and I can find no elements of the pages that explain it. A reload of the page doesn't seem to help. I simply have to navigate to another part of the site for a while. It's driving me nuts. It's just high enough that I can't ignore it. The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk).

What browser are you using, and do you have any other ad blocking software beyond the what's standard on your browser? Wikia has put video and audio ads on the site, some of which could be what you are hearing. - Archduk3 10:59, August 9, 2010 (UTC)

THAT must be what it is. I am on chrome, and I just checked and I do have an adblocker. I'll see if I can add an exception. EDIT: That didnt solve it.. I disabled adblock and refreshed the page. Some new flash showed up. But the Brian Tong Apple Byte is still hidden and annoying the piss out of me.