1 week ago one speaker makes static noise...I disconnected the sick speaker and kept on using only one.....but today number 2 speaker did the same thing.So now I watch tv on Dell 3201 with volume from an old tv I kept. Anything to do before sending to repair man. My tv is 18 months old Tks
my w2600 speaks make a sound from the speakers like they're going out...or like an antenna is not connected properly...it starts out of the blue, and stops when it wants..while its going, I can barely hear the voices on the tv, and sometimes it drowns the voices out all together..I wont be buying another Dell product...their customer service is a joke..and my warranty went out about two months ago...does anyone know if there's a way to turn the speakers off?
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I have same problem, started with one speaker, then other, clicking, popping, static, and then nothing on one, and then the other. It is not the speakers, it is the audio amp board in most cases, but to stop noise, just unplug those speakers if you are using others through your audio outputs to amplified speakers. I have been doing this for weeks, and it works, but having replaced audi amp board once before, the replacement board only worked for a couple weeks, and it cost me $50.00 for a used one, so I would not advise that route unless you can find a new board.
I had the same problem with my dell tv. It's the exact same one you have. It kept making noise at first, and then the sound just went out. I changed the speaker wires to a slightly stronger, thicker wire and now it works great!! I hope this works for you.
We also have a 32" LCD Dell flat screen tv #W3201C that has no sound. It's about 2/12 yrs old. One speaker started having a problem and we disconnected it. That was a couple weeks ago, now there is no sound at all. Dell should not be let off the hook so easily. Obviously there is a problem with the tv and it should be Dell's responsibility to make it right. Does anyone know if a class action suit has been initiated?