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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Static comes from speakers
I think it's a grounding problem. Actually, it's a necessity for all audio-video equipments to get grounded properly. If you don't have a ground connection in your AC plug, your receiver will collect more and more static electricity. As a matter of fact, it decreases the sound quality that you can get from your equipment. I think that the effect of your reaction (slapping the receiver) isn't coincidental. When you touch any metal surface on your receiver (even while slapping) you condact the static electricity to the ground. I've had a same sort of problem with my receiver. Especially when I connected my laptop computer to the receiver, I heard an annoying distorted sound from the speakers. I found out that it was ground loop, which occurs when the negative (common) signal of the source coincides with the one of the receiver's. As a solution, I grounded my amp, changed all wires with new and shielded ones, and purchased an AC filter. Then, I got rid of the noise. I have to say that the AC filter (Belkin Pure AV Surge Protector, it also includes an AC signal filter)benefited me the most.
Posted on May 03, 2007
1-make a reset to your system.2-repeat your speaker setup.3-confirm that you assign your sysem for 5 chanell surround system.-4-change the cables between left and right front speakers if the trouble go to left channel you will have a problem in receiver itself-if the problem exict you will have a problem in speaker itself(cable or speaker)
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
I found this on the Apple Website...
This may fix it for you...
Ok, I may have found a solution. (Leopard 10.5.5, fwiw)
The problem, according to some people in a different forum, may be related to the clock source of the USB box.
To fix this, I went into Apps/Utilities/Audio Midi Setup. In the Audiomenu there is an entry "Open Aggregate Device Editor". Click that.
In the dialog, click the + button at the bottom of the list, which was empty on my machine.
It will add a new device and in the bottom pane all the sound devicesin your computer will show up. Only check the ones you want to use (USBaudio). Then use the Clock radio button and select one of the USBdevices as the clock source (I used the output).
Now set your default input and output to "Aggregate Device".
That fixed it for me. YMMV, as always.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
SOURCE: center speaker static noise
Sorry sp106s, you have to take that to bose service center.
Its a complicated problem. Something is wrong in the amplifier
section inside your sub box. Only authorize servicemen can
open it, not any tech'n can.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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