Question about Dell AS500 Sound Bar Computer Speakers
Along with sound (music/voice), I have a terrible static coming from the speakers. I replaced the speakers ,but no improvement.
It may also be where your power adapter is plugged in for the speakers. Oddly enough, on several occasions I've found that rearranging or moving the speakers' power plug can get rid of the noise. It's worth a try maybe.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
It's the jack on the back of the PC or sound card. Sounds like some solder is loose on the jack.
The cheapest solution would likely be to just replace the sound card, if your comfortable installing them. It's really quick and pretty hard to mess up.
If it's "onboard" sound, meaning the audio jacks are built right into the mother board, you'd likely need to just replace it with a pci based sound card.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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