Question about KDS Visual Sensations 190i 19" CRT Monitor
My monitor has recently started making a high pitched sound ...starts out low and then gets louder & louder and fades away.Lasts about a minute or so. i can be on the computer surfing or it can make the noise when I'm not doing anything.Sounds like speakers getting too close together.I have my own speakers sitting close to the monitor.Could this be the cause?I've had the same speakers for several months and its just now doing this.I haven't had this monitor very long.It was given to me a few months back but I really like it.If its an easy fix I might be able to fix it & keep it.
First try moving speakers away from monitor a bit. Some speakers magnets actually reduce the life span off monitor. I hope I am wrong but usually a high pitch whine is the High voltage Transformer. Costs more than the monitor. All you can do is continue use till it goes. Speakers usually deteriorate the tube itself. HVT are just one of those parts that go due to use. Hope it gives you more enjoyment before it goes. Good luck and try to have a good day.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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