Question about Dell Powered Subwoofer Set A425 Computer Speaker Set W8037
The subwoofer has a constantbuzzing noise that when reduced to the lowest volume, there is still a faint buzzing sound. I have diconnected it from the computer and there is still a buzzing noise. It is coming from the the center of the speaker in the cone section. Please help. Thanks!
I suspect that what you are hearing is the 60 cps of the mains. If the humming sound is coming the subwoofer itself, then it is possible that you have a defective/leaky capacitor in the power supply section of the subwoofer. In the subwoofer, if the buzzing sound is coming from anywhere else other than the speaker itself, then it is possible that you have a loose transformer again in the power supply. Unless you are comfortable working with testers and soldering irons, I would suggest an electronics technician who should be able to diagnose and fix it for you.
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