Question about Harman Kardon Harmon Kardon SoundStick II Speaker System Computer Speakers
This may or may not apply to your particular problem. On similar humming sound problems, I normally would look for either a fault in the input side and/or a leaky/defective capacitor in the power supply. On the input side, this may be a frayed shielded wire, loose connector (esp. the outer which is normally the ground). Try completely removing the connecting/input cable that goes into the subwoofer. If that doesn't work, then it you may want to check the big capacitor in the power supply section of the subwoofer. If you are not that familiar in working with power supplies, may I suggest that you ask any electronic technician to have a look at it since capacitors store a rather hefty voltage. Better be on the safe side. Hope this works out ok with you
Posted on Apr 08, 2007
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