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Crackling from Creative Tech Gigaworks T40 2 speakers

Right speakers crackle, gets louder as volume increases. At top volume right speakers cuts out.

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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?

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