Question about Dell A215 Computer Speakers
My computer speakers aren't working properly. I don't know why, but when i turn it on it just makes this weird hhhhhhhhhhhhhhmmmmmmm sound and it just keeps going on and on until i turn off the speakers. the speakers are connected properly i know for sure. i unplugged and plugged them back in and found out that when i plugged the speaker card into the socket it makes that noise.
could someone please help me?
The First thing to test are the speakers form a different source. I believe that if you hook them up to another computer or an mp3 player you will find that the problem goes away and they work fine. (I know this by the info you gave me. THe fact that you get a large hum from the card when it is plugged in means that the output on the card has a short in it and is crossing the connections somewhere.
Solution is to have the card replaced or test it with another set of speakers just to be sure it isn't the cable.
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