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Sound problem my system began popping and making a loud crack in all the speakers from time to time..almost like a surge or something. the problem i now have is the audio on all source options cuts in and out. like the volume is normal, then low and so on, over and over. each time this happens, the display light dims and returns in sync with the audio problem. can you please help me???

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Hi,
There is power problem in your system please check for that, because when there is a power fluctuating in a system this will occur.

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