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Speakers crackling Speakers are crackling....not sure what to do...this is brand new.....

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Cracking speakers when tv turns on


If other electronics are too close to a TV this is a common problem. Try moving the 2 items at least 2 foot away and see if that helps.
You may not want to leave them there, but at least you will know if that's the problem!

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Crackling sound


The crackling could be due to a faulty wire or jack connection. If you have any other sound device (e.g. headphones), try connecting that one instead of the Z4 and see whether the crackling disappears (in which case it's the Z4) or not (in which case it's the jack or the computer). Could arguably be an EM or electrical interference, but you'd need a laptop running on batteries to check the second, and trying orienting differently the speakers to try checking the first.

The music slowing down means something's wrong in the computer: the Z4 are purely passive, they can't do anything to the music tempo. Try running an antivirus check or try Task Manager (or Process Explorer) and see whether anything's eating more CPU than it should.

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I have a wharfedale svp15 passive loudspeaker. The subwoofer has started crackling and popping at low volumes and has no deep bass. At high volumes it sounds great as usual and can't tell if the crackling...


Information I find online says it an Active Subwoofer, so that introduces its own amp as a possible source of the symptom. If there is another version of this model that's passive, all the more reason to believe the amp is the problem because passive speakers don't spontaneously emit sounds.

If there was a physical reason for the crackling I would think more power would make it worse or blow it up.

A poor sub signal cable connection might explain low current anomalies if random noises are entering the signal path.

Make sure the signal, speaker and power cables are not aligned parallel and close to each other.

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I have a powered sub for my surround sound and every now and then its starts crackling and popping. i can make it stop by playing with the volume knob or even tapping it sometimes. my old sub did the same...


Does the crackling and popping sound comes only from the sub, or from the other speakers too? Try switching of to check. I think that it is problem on volume control potentiometer. In that case all the speakers must sound crackling and popping. If the problem is only in the sub you have to check its connections.


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There is crackling coming from the horn as soon as the power is turned on, the level of the crackle does not alter with the volume control, the cabinet performs fine otherwise ?????


The horn speaker is wearing out. Inside speakers, there is a magnet, the speaker part is attached to a cone that slides over the magnet, They tend to make crackling noises. Try very gently to apply pressure to the horn and then release. If you hear a scratching sound, the horn will need to be replaced

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The speakers are crackling


speaker crackling can be caused by a number of problems. usually it is the wiring, amp or speaker. you can check to see if it is the amp or wiring by switching sides to see if the problem continues on the same side or with the same speaker. if it is the speaker, a replacement basket can be installed on the magnet or the speaker can be reconed depending on which model driver is in the cabinet.
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Crackling sound when changing channels


Check the connections to the speaker and the receiver. Had a loose connection once that did the same thing.

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