I have owned this system for 2-3 years. Several months ago, I began to hear crackling noises coming from all the speakers. It is not constant, but usually occurs every few seconds, and alternates from one speaker to the next, most commonly from the front center channel. Most of the time, however, the speakers will not start crackling until the system has been on for a couple hours. It occurs when watching tv, a dvd, playing a video game, etc. Is there any chance that this can be fixed by replacing speaker wire? I don't want to get a new system until the HDMI 1.3 receivers are available.
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Re: my speakers have almost constant crackling noises
there is no chance that you can fix this problem by replacing speaker wires. Resoldering the output stages as well as area around the microprocesor could be the efficient solution.
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look its easy, take a 9 volt battery and pull your radio back out but only disconnect what you think is your speaker wires then 1 pair at a time ie.purple and purple/black touch 1 on the + and the other on the - you will hear a crackling noise in the speaker that those 2 wires go to.
I do also get this same issue, They were working just fine, and 4 or 5 months ago, the right speaker crackles, if i unplug the right speaker all is fine. But as soon as I plug the right speaker in, i get a cracking sound. Have you solved this ussue?
There are several reasons why you could suddenly be getting a crackling noise. My best guess is you have the laptop near some kind of magnetic source - maybe a cell phone? My Boost mobile phone would do this to my speakers. Is this possibly the cause?
THIS RECEIVER IS JUNK. I had the same problem with my receiver and Samsung gave me a new unit as it was under warranty. 8 months later the replacement which was brand new did the same thing. Samsung tells me it is my problem now. I should have demanded another unit. the best advice I have is not to buy this product. Samsung won't help you when it breaks and it will break. Nobody seems to know how to fix it.......
Try going to support.dell.com and entering your Service Tag. Then click on drivers and downloads and download and install the audio driver that they currently recommend for your machine. Sounds like a driver problem and something that wasn't set properly after the computer was reset.
It is not the deck that is a load of crap.... I install radios all the time and never had that problem.. You had some idiot work on your audio and he did something wrong. Now my first question is if you have an amp that was later added or put in at the same time. Allot of the time they wire the rca's and the speaker wires in utilizing the harness adapter. Duh,,,, right... Second, they made their own ground which consisted of them tapping into metal under the dash... now think about this that winding noise is probrably from the stereo being grounded to the same place as everything else in your car when they should have used a factory ground.. My suggestion is you paid for it... Make those **** fix what they did until they get it right if they keep fucking up start demanding free shit.... your time is being wasted on their fuck up take what ever you can from those assholes...