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28-May-2009, 05:30 PM #1
Question My speaker are buzzing. Help please
just recently i noticed that my speaker of probably 1 year or so started making a buzzing noise. i did some googleing but none of that seemed to help me. i have 2 speaker hooked up to a woofer ( i dont think spell it right) the box that you hook your speakers into to make more bass. The buzzing is not my computer because i hooked it into my ipod and it was still buzzing.
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28-May-2009, 08:06 PM #2
I think you mean sub-woofer. They make good vibrations during movies.
My opinion is that your equipment is starting to show its age a little bit. If you turn off your speakers, it should stop. But as long as electricity is running through it, it will be making that noise. I think speakers have always made some level of noise without input, but will get more obvious over time.
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28-May-2009, 08:11 PM #3
buzzing can come from cable break / interference. Which speaker is buzzing - sub-woofer or ordinary?
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28-May-2009, 08:52 PM #4
Reduce the volume and check if the buzzing is the same. IF you notice that the buzzing is constant and hearable even after you reduce the volume. Likely cuase might be the IC or Transister of your amplifier kit becoming weak.
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29-May-2009, 12:46 AM #5
A buzzing noise is often caused by a poor connection either at the speaker or on the back of the computer. Check all connections.

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30-May-2009, 10:28 AM #6
I think it is the sub-woofer because when i take out the plug that goes into it the buzzing get lower and it is not noticeable.i tried turning down the volume but i can still hear it.
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09-Jul-2009, 08:18 PM #7
Question Speaker noise..buzzing
I have a Sony Vaio, 4 logitech speakers and sub woofer. I am getting a buzzing noise which increases when volume is turned up. I have checked all connections and moved any cables/wires from touching the spaeker wires. Cant seem to get rid ot the noise!!! Please help!
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10-Jul-2009, 07:48 PM #8
Best chance of response is to start a new thread - in meantime....isolate each speaker to see if noise is on all when connected independently or with just one. If just one then wire needs replacing. If noise present on all - problem lies with 3.5m jack connection or sound card.
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