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Humming sound coming out of speakers, nothing else. Cannnot adjust volume.

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What color port on the back of the system are you plugging your speaker in?

The speakers should be plugged into the GREEN port...sounds like you have it plugged into the Mic/Pink

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I need to disable the built in speakers. I can hear the white noise hum static. I want to hear nothing. i have excellent external speakers.


click start control panel sounds and audio,volume,advanced,speakers make sure you have selected the
(((appropriate speakers))) also audio you will find 3 drop down lists make sure you have the correct settings there
also
click start control panel sounds and audio devices you can adjust the volume there also select speaker volume you can change your settings there you can also tick in the box place icon in taskbar
if his does not fix the problem
have you tried this control panel sounds and audio,volume,advanced,speakers select the appropriate speakers from the drop down list or navigate to the device manager scroll to system devices + to expand,system speaker right click properties then select this device (disable)
this may vary depending on which operating system you have
hope this helps

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I have a roland kc 150 65w amp that begins humming the moment i turn it on. its a normal low frequency hum. nothing is plugged into it, and when i ajust the volume knobs it does not effect the sound. How...


First thing is to determine if sound is from the speaker or possibly the cabinet. If from the cabinet it is likely the power transformer is vibrating the chassis. This sometimes can be cured by adjusting the mounting bolts.
If the sound is from the speaker, then an electronic "cure" is needed. Please note that a very quiet hum is normal but if you can hear it 5 foot away, that is un-normal.

The hum would probably be due to failing component in the power supply. Unles you are adept at electronic repair, best to take it in for servicing.

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I have an Onkyo TX SR 700 receiver, Bose Acoustic Mass 10 speakers, Panasonic Viera 52" flat screen with my computer connected to the receiver. The computer uses a high end sound card. The flat screen...


Hi, what causes hums from speaker is when there is no ground shield from either the power supply or from the cable you plugged into the socket from the power supply.

So you will need to check that out and replace untrusted cables for connection..

If after doing this troubleshooting exercise, you will now need to test the speaker with another set to be sure the humming sound is not coming from there.

I guess that will Do.

Have a nice day...

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Tv works but no sound


Hello Jjwpod hi, to find where the trouble is, you need to place ear near speakers, you should hear a humming sound, adjust the volume up or down, the humming sound also goes up or down, this means your amplifier is working, no hum means trouble in amplifier.
summary:
No hum: trouble in amplifier, speaker connection.
Humming, but no audio: problem before amplification, most likely the Sound IF stage.

Sep 16, 2010 | RCA F27615 27" TV

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No sound


Hello endow1, hi, try this test, unplug you Logitech audio in plug and touch the input, you should hear a humming sound, Adjust the volume settings to high to hear it. If you cannot hear the humming sound, then there are problems you need to check. Place you speakers near your ear and adjust the volume Up and Down, you may hear a soft hum that should go up and down. Absence of the hum means that the speaker has loose connection from amplifier to speaker driver, or loss of power, check to see if there is pilot light.

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I stopped having sound coming from the speakers. I checked and we are not on mute, and the volume is turned up high.


Make sure all your connections are tight and you have power to your speakers...Then go Start>Control Panel>Sound and Hardware>Sound, after you are in here make sure that your speakers are selected as default device.
Hope this helps, pls rate

Mar 19, 2010 | Proview Computers & Internet

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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

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I have a Vizio 42' and a cable box and there's a constant humming


I think I had the same problem. This is how I fixed it.

I have my vizio 42 hooked up to a Harmon Kardon surround sound, and the digital cable box. Essentially, I can adjust the volume 3 ways - through the tv, cable box or av receiver. The humming sound happens when you have the volume maxed out on the av receiver and not the cable box.

For example, the sound level on my Harmon Kardon goes from -10 (lowest) to 10 (loudest), with 0 being the middle ground. The buzzing was happening when the Harmon Kardon was set to 10, and I was using the cable box volume to adjust the sound. To fix it, I turned down the volume on my receiver to 0, which may be about 50% max volume of the receiver. Then, I switched devices and used the volume on my cable box. This got rid of the static I was getting. Hope that helps.

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Strong humming sound coming from the over head speakers


are you running a stand alone dvd player or is it built in?check all plugs for sources coming ineg.dvd,vcr,xbox etc,if one is not in all the way,this will cause a hum.

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Sound feedback


Are those add-on speakers, not clear on that? Feedback is almost always a problem involving speakers and microphone being to close together or mic being to hightly modulated. It is possible that power lines being to close could induce a hum of varying severity.

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