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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is going to have to be a solution in the works...so don't rate until we have some kind of end-result.
Connect the speakers to a different device such as an MP3 player or a Nintendo DS. See if the speakers still cease to work. If they work just fine with a different device, then consider that it may not be the speakers...but a problem with the sound system in your PC.
Perhaps the sound configuration in Windows is disrupted. Perhaps the driver settings for your soundcard in your PC are corrupted. (A complete reinstallation of Windows with a fresh installation of the sound drivers would probably prove this theory right or wrong.)
Perhaps there is a problem with the FRONT CHANNEL hole on the sound system on the rear of your PC. You could check that by plugging the REAR channel of the speakers into the FRONT channel on the PC.
And lastly...there could be a break or a short in the cable of the speakers. You could always test another set of speakers with each sound channel and see if that might be the possible issue.
If the sound card in the PC turns out to be the problem, then install a different sound card. If the soundcard in your PC is currently the onboard one, then disable it in the BIOS before installing the new card.
Let us hear the results before we do any rating. Unless of course you're able to fix it with the data given. :)
Posted on Dec 08, 2007
Those speakers are not magnetically shielded, shielded speakers resist buzzing caused by monitors. Just about any decent computer speakers on the market today are shielded, and will most likely state that on the box. Apart from moving the speakers farther away from the monitor, there is little you can do to avoid this interference.
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
Make sure the PAN control is centered in your mixer control panel.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
Testimonial: "that wasnt the problem... called support but it turned out i forgot to check the jack in the back of the computer if it was securely fastened it wasnt"
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