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I getting static comeing through the speakers even at low volumes

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90% bad connections, wiggle turn connections even bad ground on power will cause, I found swiver or turn nob volume dials go first and do this also.

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    90% bad connections, wiggle turn connections even bad ground on power will cause, I found swiver or turn nob volume dials go first and do this also.

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SOURCE: popping & hardly any volume

i had the first problem and you can probably fix it by turning the volume knob all the way up and down about 20 times. it worked for me. supposedly the potentiometers in the z-5300 get dirty or worn out, somehow this might fix it. for the second problem maybe try plugging it into the laptop and unplugging it again seeing if it goes back to normal?maybe its a problem with the amp?

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SOURCE: Quiet, low quality sound from one speaker, static from both

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SOURCE: Loud static sound comes from computer speakers and the phone

Uninstall and reinstall new drivers for your sound card from the soundcard manufactures website or if its onboards from the PC makers site. If your using vista their has been widespread issue's related to the static "bug" and numerous solutions that sometimes work or do not work have been tried. ex; if is a soundblaster card try Creative.com's forums.

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SOURCE: There is a loud hum when volume is on low to high

go to control panel
sound and audio devices
voice
under voice recording clk volume and mute the mic phone...........
or
some how your mic is conflicting with speakers. Keep your mic away from your speakers..

Do reply if this woks

Posted on Oct 03, 2009

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SOURCE: I have the Bose Companion 3 Series II speakers. I

Hello,

I have had totally the same problem before, and I have discovered that it is actually because of the electric current running through the speakers when the volume is low or muted.

I am afraid to tell you that the only solution to this problem is to raise the volume, as it is not a malfunction in the speakers but in the electric current running through them.

Good luck.

Posted on Dec 16, 2010

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