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Static from speaker

Static and sound from 1 speaker - then it will go off - nothing from the other speaker

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Posted on Dec 08, 2007

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That means that if too much power is going to the speaker or extraneous signals are being picked up by the wiring, it can come through the speakers as static. Stopping static requires finding and eliminating that extra electricity from transmitting through your speakers.
If you're still hearing distortion, turn down the volume on your amplifier until the distortion goes away. If the volume is too low to be easily heard, the problem may be that your amplifier produces too much power for your speakers to handle or that your amp and speakers have different impedance ratings.

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It sounds like a ground problem with the speaker crossover circuit or the amplifier. Turn the amp off and disconnect one speaker and interchange it with the other using the same speaker wires. If the static speaker is now working interchange the speaker wires and try it again. Or if the same speaker still has static it is the speaker. If the static is on the same channel then you have a bad wire or if both channels work it was a bad connection. If the problem remains on the same channel change the speaker wires. If the problem switched to the other channel then it is a bad speaker wire or connection. If the same speaker has the same problem it is most likely the crossover circuit in the speaker which is used to filter frequencies of the audio signal by using capacitors and coils. If the static speaker is now working and the other speaker is now not working it is the amplifier. If the static problem is on all input devices I would trouble shoot the preamp section of the amplifier.

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Does the static persist if you unplug the audio cable from your computer?
If so, the static is being caused by the amplifier built in to your speakers.
If not, the static is probably caused by interference on your sound card. Try plugging the speakers in to a portable media player. You might need to replace the sound card in your computer.

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You've probably tried this, but when you do the channel test you can turn the volume up or down on whichever speaker is currently being tested (the static). Maybe your speakers have been adjusted somehow.

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are you sure you have plugged in the speakers properly? maybe u inserted the cable in the wrong port or u just didnt insert the cable property. A loose connection can cause static and obviously it wont play anything. Please check.

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