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Distorted speaker sound

My speakers have sound coming from them, but the sound I hear is greatly distorted. This problem happens on and off, more often than not. Sometimes when I unhook the speakers for a while and rehook them, I can hear the sound just fine but that's very rare. I've checked the connection between the speaker and my computer multiple times, making sure it's properly connected. I've even gone as far as to find the manual and read it. Nothing in there gives advice about speaker distortion.

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  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2008

    I think these are just cheap speakers? Most times the sound is greatly distorted. Low volume or mid range, it doesn't matter. Voices come through clearly during advertisements, but the moment music starts, it gets very fuzzy and distorted.
    D. Neeld
    3/28/08

  • Karmageddon May 18, 2009

    My speakers work fine most of the time, but often they have this horrible static-like distortion.They don't do it when my headphones are plugged in though. Sometimes if I touch the chord and place it a certain way, the noise stops, but it doesn't last long. It mostly happens when I listen to music, or when I use Skype.

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It might be that you have a bad solder joint somewhere. Try shaking the speaker when playing, but be careful not to short the speaker wire connections. If it returns to normal at any point this is a dry joint somewhere.

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Is the power On? did you test them in the store?

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Hi , open the control panel /select to classic view,select add hardware to locate some drivers cyber acoustics speaker just follow the instruction to connect the speaker.
check also the device maneger the connection of the device.

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I may have disconnected them and I need the disc to download so they will work- they worked earlier today and now they do not

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If the speaker you want to connect is from other devices(not a computer speaker )then you need an amplifier .Connect the speaker to the amp. then connect the laptop(output) to amplifier (input)the cable you need is "dual RCA male to 3.5mm male audio" .here is the link to view the cable that you need.

http://www.cablesnmor.com/rca-mini-stereo.html

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you may need to check the sound card on your system if it is not showing up then you may need a new driver, or the volume is on mute

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