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There's no sound coming out of my speakers, I've checked every cord and their in correctly. The only thing its doing is making a popping sound for a few then there's silence

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SOURCE: Speaker makes a popping sound when car starts

may be the antenna jack such is connected in cassete is n't good

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SOURCE: popping sounds from tv

You are getting a spike through the audio circuit for some reason.. Does the screen stay 100% Normal when it happens? And is it a steady timed thing or intermittent?

Posted on Feb 29, 2008

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SOURCE: Speakers making a constant poping noise.

this could be due to some static  please get your electrical point checked up 1st  is your tv hooked to watch television thru RF or AV please have the interlink cables if this does not help get back with more details

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

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SOURCE: one speaker making a popping sound

try switching the popping speaker to the other side and see if it still pops if it does then you have probably damaged the driver in the speaker if it doesnt pop then the problem probably is in the receiver

Posted on May 28, 2009

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SOURCE: I use an azur intregrated amp 540A and a Azur Pre

I've never repaired one of these but I have an amp at home that makes a intermittent static "popping" noise that i'm going to put down to a dirty volume pot (control) that needs cleaning. I will also have to change some of the electro capacitors that have dried up inside which cause "shot noise". With the right lubricant (electrical contact cleaner, nothing else) you could take to lid off and spray a small 1 second blast into the hole of the pot and any other balance or tone control yourself but I would take it to the electronics repairer to get the capacitors checked over.
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Posted on Jan 17, 2010

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If those check out, or it lights up but no muting make sure the speakers are connected to the correct wires. Also check to make sure the speakers are not grounded. Two wires should go to each speaker. you can check the condition of the speakers with a 9 volt battery touched across the leads, you will hear a pop sound. make sure those two wires for each speaker are connected to the radio correctly.

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Assuming the system power comes up, does the monitor power come on? Most monitors have a status LED on the front bezel that should show green, orange, or blinking if the monitor is powered on. You can hear CRT monitors power on with a gentle sound, though I can't describe it beyond saying it's the sound of a CRT tube warming up. Make sure the monitor is plugged into a good outlet by testing the outlet with a lamp or any other device that will prove beyond a doubt that the outlet is good. Make sure that the power cord is either permanently attached at the monitor end or that it is seated fully in the socket, since partial cord insertion is the most common failure for monitors with detachable cords.

LCD displays don't make any sound when you turn them on, but they don't have a simple power cord, either. Older LCD monitors are usually powered by an external transformer, which in turn is powered from a regular AC outlet. If the LCD display doesn't show any signs of life, make sure that the cords into and out of the transformer are fully seated. Some transformers are equipped with a status LED to show when they are operating. The power connection to the LCD display is often awkward to inspect, recessed into the back of the display. The important thing is to make sure it is started correctly, then seated all the way.

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  • Check that the speakers are powered on.
  • Check that the speakers are connected to the correct ports on the PC. This is particularly important If the customer has both integrated sound and a sound card.
  • If the speakers have a volume control button - ensure that this is turned up.
  • Check that the Windows Audio service is running. If this is not running then many of the subsequent troubleshooting steps will not work. Go to Start->Run and type services.msc. Double cliick on Windows Audio. Select Start if possible and check that the Startup Type is Automatic. Click OK.
  • If the speakers are digital speakers then try forcing the sound card to use digital. Go to Start->Control Panel->Sound and Audio Devices.. On the Volume tab, click the Advanced button in the Device Volume section. In the Volume Control window, below the Play Control Volume slider, click Advanced. If this does not show select Advanced Controls from the Options menu. Select Digital Output Only
  • If possible try an external audio source like a Walkman, CD, or MP3 player (connect the speakers to the headphone jack)
  • Check that the volume control in Windows isn't muted or turned too low. See the screen shots below. Go to Start->Control Panel and double click on Sounds and Audio Devices.

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Beyond this, service is probably required. If unit is out of warranty, you could have a person open it up to see if anything is obvious.

A possible proble is bad connectors or worse, a cracked circuit board.

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The next option if checking the connections doesn't help would be to replace the wires. You may be able to purchase or order the cords from the dealer you bought them from, another dealer or the manufacturer.

Then finally if that doesn't work or you feel that either do to time, money or both it's not worth replacing the cords. You can always replace the speakers outright.

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