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  1. I have a pair of R-15PM connected to my Windows 10 via USB, it's preventing my Windows's to let display to go to sleep. If I turn the speaker off, my display will go into sleep mode. Here's what I've tried so far from googling for hours: I've ran "powercfg -requests" and there's nothing there I've also Disabled USB Selective Suspend Uncheck Allow Applications to take Exclusive Control of this Device in SPDIF Interface Properties. Nothing seems to work, whereas my Logitech G933 wouldn't prevent my display going to sleep right out of the box.
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