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Buzzing noise from speakers

I just moves the speakers and suddenly have a buzzing sound from the speakers. What do I do to stop this buzz.

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  • ququ123 May 18, 2009

    yes, I have the same problem with my z-2300. What can i do to make this crunching sound stop?! or where can I buy new speakers (only speakers)?!

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The buzzing noise is being heard probably because there is another electronic device around that's using radio waves to function. (Such as a cell phone, a cordless phone adapter or a wireless router. Even microwaves and ceiling fans can give off these sounds.)

My advice would be to try and move around or turn off some appliances in your room that may give off radio waves.

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