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If the popping sound is happening during regular use it's possibly the wires connecting your speakers to the sound card. You can make sure the jacks are fully in there sockets on both the speakers and the port on your computer.
The next option if checking the connections doesn't help would be to replace the wires. You may be able to purchase or order the cords from the dealer you bought them from, another dealer or the manufacturer.
Then finally if that doesn't work or you feel that either do to time, money or both it's not worth replacing the cords. You can always replace the speakers outright.
Another possibility is electromagnetic interference. A cellphone near your speakers or computer can do this as well as a few other electronic devices. Maybe moving the speakers further away from a harddrive, moving stereo or some other device that either has a broadcast signal or moving parts. As electronic devices become more and more common this becomes a bigger issue. Hope all this helps.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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