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If other electronics are too close to a TV this is a common problem. Try moving the 2 items at least 2 foot away and see if that helps.
You may not want to leave them there, but at least you will know if that's the problem!

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I tried to install an aftermarket 6 1/2" speaker


possible reasons:

Impedance mismatch
wiring is grounding out on frame/metal
speaker isn't OEM and is slightly "pinched" thus causing cone distortion

One of these three will be your issue.

Also, you may remove the speaker and leave it hanging with the wires attached. Knowing that no wiring is shorted and nothing is disturbing the cone, try running your stereo. Same crackling problem? It may be an impedance issue or you reversed the polarity on your speaker.

It will require some work but the solution is there if it was working before.

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Sound fluxuates,crackling sound samsungTX-R3079WH sound goes up and down automaticly


If the sound FLUCTUATES up & down, try turning off the AutoVolume in the sound menu. You didn't say if it's one or all speakers crackling. Crackling is either a speaker or circuitry issue. Adjust the balance away from the speaker that crackles, if it stops, that speaker is probably "fried". If it still crackles, I'd turn off the speakers and run the sound thru a stereo for the quick, cheap fix. My Samsung (10+ years old to be fair) crackles due to a circuit issue but if I SMACK the left side speaker (behind which is the sound board and side panel connectors) it stops for a while. Maddening. I think I broke it squeezing it into the furniture it's in, pressing on the protruding RCA plugs. Dumb design.

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This could be caused by one of your speaher wires being shorted out to ground, OR one of the speaker terminals in the doors or rear coming into contact with metal. If you remove the unit and test it with the speakers hooked directly to the back of the unit and they do not crackle, then the unit is fine. If they still crackle - then you either have two diferent sets of bad speakers, Or more than likely the outputs of the kenwood have been damaged by an improper installation in the past.

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Bose speaker crackling


THERES THREE THNGS THAT COULD BE WRONG, 1 THERES A BAD CONNECTION, 2 ITS BEING GROUNDED OUT WITH VIBRATION, 3 ITS BLOW.

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usually, crackling is due to 3 things:

1) the soundcard (or sound device you have them plugged into)
The best way to test this is to plug in another set of speakers or a headset directly to the sound
device, and listen. if you don;t hear the crackling, than consider that idea scrapped.

2.) speaker wiring/cables. Check the wiring for cracks/frayed spots. Do you get any crackling during/after you move the wires? if there is ANY change, for the better or the worse, than you have your culprit.

3.) the speakers themselves. when the first two options above are exhausted, there's only the insides of the speakers themselves to blame. you might not have seen any cone deterioration- but other things could happen, such as deteriorating wiring, etc.

for new speakers, they are relatively cheap- Here in Canada at least, I can get a new 2.1 set for anywhere from $25-60. Although, I'd strongly recommend any of the Logitech brand speakers- most models have subwoofers with unbelievable bass (for the price) through them. I myself have the more expensive Z-5500 series from them (5.1), and I've been more than impressed.


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Your speaker is busted. You will need to get another one. It really can not be repaired and if it can, it will cost more than a new speaker.

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Well gd stuart i think you need some new speakers

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you may have played the speakers too loud and made them have effects or you have spilled something or! you have messed with the settings hope this helps!

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