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Crackling sound coming from speaker w/controls

I just bought the bose companion 2 speakers yesterday and immediately the side w/the controls would randomly produce a crackling/static-like sound. the wires are securely connected. should i return or can this be fixed? pls help!

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  • kellyesato Jun 22, 2009

    i have it connected to a MacBook. 

  • kellyesato Jun 22, 2009

    yes, i connected it to an ipod and the speaker w/the controls is still producing that crackling sound. 

  • kellyesato Jun 22, 2009

    thank you, i definitely plan on doing just that. i appreciate your help in any event!!!! 

  • kellyesato Jun 22, 2009

    oh i plan on it!!!

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Are you sure this is not coming from the component and not the speakers? what head unit are you using

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    Raymond Ramirez Jun 22, 2009

    can you connect it to an ipod or other mp3 player so we can make sure it is the connector. when the music is running spin the mini rca jack to determine if this is the issue


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    Raymond Ramirez Jun 22, 2009

    dont even hesitate take them back. they are Bose and you spent alot of money and there should be no problem replacing them.. the number is 1-800-999-2673 they do not like bad product in the field.


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    Raymond Ramirez Jun 22, 2009

    if you have a chance make sure you call Bose and make them aware. This will assist them in keeping your product the top of the line. Bose is made in America and we need all the constructive criticism we can get


  • Raymond Ramirez
    Raymond Ramirez Jun 22, 2009

    by the way when you get tired of them or when you go to upgrade let me know. those speakers are awsome


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Press the bottom rubber pad - 2 areas will depress - screws are UNDER this area - open screws by pushing screwdriver through the depressions - this will help remove TOP silver plate with BOSE embossed on it - remove - clean inner edges of dial with alcohol - test by turning on - then put back the top you removed - make sure to put the LENS back on LED ( Red/green) & the tip of the lens will go through opening so it rests on the hole where LED shows on top.
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