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Fuzzy crackly sound in tv speaker

Occasionally the speakers on tv will start making a fuzzy crackling sound

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SOURCE: sound jumps from speaker to speaker, then off,

The speakers , because of their way of functioning, require a large amount of current. That current, if the wire connectors or the solderings are imperfect, can cause a lot of heating and deformation in the metal parts of the connectors, breaking the contact and generating static as they move along in there.
The only way you can fix your problem is to open the tv, clean all the contacts with wire wool and an abrasive brush then redo all the solderings. Since you clearly stated that you won't do it then call someone who will, for a fee.

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