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Crackling in my speakers occasionally when playing audio, what should i do?

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Don't listen to this person. they obviously don't know what they're talking about if they don't observe ALL posibilities before stating just ONE solution.
A number of things could be causing this issue. First, try unplugging all connecting wires from your PC to your speakers, making sure they are completely untangled, and maybe a small sharp blow on the jack plus to make sure they're clear of dust etc, then plug them back in. If this doesn't help, it's time to go under the hood. Open your PC up (if you have sufficiant knowledge. If not it's probably best to leave it to a professional or someone who knows what they're doing), remove your sound card, clean the contacts with something soft (like a cloth or eraser) and re-insert your sound card. Also, make sure all your drivers are fully up to date, and scan your system for any malicious software/malware. If NONE of this works THEN consider having your speakers looked at/replaced.

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Speakers are busted you need a replace ment

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