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Z-2300 noisy speaker

My brand new left speaker is noisy and the sound is distorted. sounds like static of sorts. changing position and location does not help. it seems to get worse when i raise the volume. any suggestions?

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    My 2.1 speaker is creating noisy out put after formatting recently. tried installing the mother board audio drivers, still the same any good suggestion,

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Try muting the input monitor on ur sound...

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Ur speaker is bad probebly torn membrane try replacing it (or disconnecting) this speaker there is a special kind of glue for membranes .... try it good luck windman

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2002 Oldsmobile Alero Car Radio Stereo Audio Wiring Diagram
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