Question about Dell A215 Computer Speakers
Well, it sound like a bad cables connector, or dust in the IN connector on the sound card, you have to clean carefully with a special spray buy on Radio Shack or Comp-USA. it is for electrical parts (remember). or with a Qtip gently clean the inside connector. Another way is changing the cables for a gold plated connector if available. Good luck, if the sound roaring continue, may be is your power on the SUB of the speakers.
Posted on Nov 20, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If they are computer speakers try this: (remember i am doing this from a windows vista) on the bottom right hand of the screen there should be a volume key right click on it and click on playback devices then right click on your speakers and click properties and go to levels and turn down the volume from there and see does that work... hope this helps.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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