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Iball speakers making irritating noise

1 yr old iball speakers make a very irritating humming type of noise when i switch on the loudspeaker when the volume is at minimum. then, when i increase the volume say for example when i'm seeing a video/ movie the noise increases and becomes somewhat crackling type. due to which i cannot hear what is being said. thats the best i can explain. i'm not well versed with the technical terms. pls help

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I faced the same problem getting the same set of speakers. The solution is simple, go to your speaker settings and mute the "line-in" and the "aux" tab and the humming sound will disappear. If that does not work, then try muting the other tabs one by one. I hope this should solve your problem.

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Please try better speakers better ohms orhigher wattage. improper speakers not for pc's or laptop will cause the hum..

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