Hi all, Recently got my 13" Non-TouchBar MacBook Pro, and I have it all hooked up to my desktop setup, which involves a 27" Thunderbolt Display and various daisy-chained external hard drives. I have my MBP attached to the display via Apple's TB3-to-TB3 adapter and power via the MBP's own USB-C power brick. Prior to this, I had the exact same setup, but with my 11" MacBook Air, with the display's dual power/display cable attached for power. My problem now is that I'm experiencing audio distortion (like a crackling, static-y) sound from the TB Display's speakers. Used Spotify, YouTube. Both start playing audio fine, but eventually sounds becomes distorted. Never had this when my MacBook Air was attached. Spotify seems to play just fine out of the MacBook Pro's own speakers when sitting on the couch. At first, I thought it could be my new UPS (power supply), but after taking that hardware out of the loop, I'm still experiencing issues. Had some USB items plugged into the TB Display's rear port (card reader, USB SuperDrive) and I unhooked those as well. Could there be something wrong with one of the USB-C ports on my new MPB? Something with the TB3-to-TB3 adapter? Perhaps the fact that the old MagSafe power cord from the TB Display is now no longer in-use and is just hanging there? Some sort of grounding issue? Thanks!!