Question about Altec Lansing VS2221 Computer Speakers
When i turn on my pc, there is a crackly sound from the subfoofer - even though i haven't even turned on the speakers yet. How is this possible and will this (electric shock?) damage the subwoofer?
1.yes the electric shock can damage the subwoofer 2.some times a sudden switch off or power cut can result in for such issue . 3.for this issue just make sure that you switch on the speaker 1st before starting the PC, then switch on the PC, & while closing time also make sure you 1st switch off or shut down the PC 1st & then the speaker in last & more ???...! do keep on writing untill then have happy computing sir...till then See you soon...!
Posted on May 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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