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My ALTEC speakers make noise when they are idle.. I shut down my computer.. re-start it.. then the speakers are not making noise but after a few minutes the noise returns .

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  • shlomo15 Jun 18, 2009

    I took out the wires and reconnected them.. so far so good.. but we will see what happens after a period of time

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There may be some problems with the wiring. either change the whole wiring or try to keep the speaker volume at low when they r idle. it will certainly help .

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

  • Anonymous Jun 19, 2009

    if the wires are intact, then i would advice to low the speaker volume when its not in use.

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