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One set works perfectly at home but the other is a static victim at the store. What to do?

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Have a set of speakers home 120W/channel that very often let heard through them very annoying static. Have use others amplifiers: hasn't done one single change. Static seem to come from tweeters.


Static electricity could be causing the static . It's possible the way they were soldered together That's what I was told so I got sick of the static and gave my old ones away and got another set of speakers. They work fine. Was also told it could be the plug ins for my amp as well not being tight enough.

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With your "new" computer, you get up to 90 days of "free" technical support, via telephone, from Dell. Telephone them.

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try swapping the speakers around if the problem still persists either the speaker is faulty or
the speakers plug/outlet is usually at the back of the computer you will have to open up the computer to check the lead attached to the rear of the input plug make sure the connection is good
or you might have to clean the dust from your computer dust causes static which causes your computer to overheat and all sorts of problems
be sure to wear an anti static earth strap before touching anything inside your computer try cleaning your computer of dust using a fine air blower from a compressor making VERY sure that there is no MOISTURE in the air line specifically around the CPU central processing unit and your SOUND CARD dust causes static to build up in a computer causing it to overheat any many other problems
hope this helps

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My speakers do not work on my system even though i hear static through them??


Static is audio, so the speakers are probably working. What source(s) produce the static (FM maybe)? Have you referred to the manuals for setup and are NOT mismatching speakers and amps?

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I have a new samsung home theater system w/ wireless rear speakers. all of a sudden the rear speakers now have a static/cracking noise. ive checked the connections and they all appear good. i dont know...


Move the wireless speakers up to the main system box and see if they work OK with an almost touching signal - it could well be interference between the player and the speakers.
Test them at the front and get back to us.

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Static when i am watching cable tv.


make sure you have a nice clean cable signal. if it's fuzzy that may be causing the static. also, if you have a cable box, check the audio settings for it.

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Simply unplug the machine for more than one minute. Then plug it back in again. That makes the system reset and the problem went away.

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We have 3indoor/outdoor speakers for deck-they are static


I would suggest moving them close to the base unit (if you havent already) to see if that improves the sound quality. If so, then you know you have some kind of interference in the area. Also, what output are you using from the BOSE? If you are using a headphone output or other variable output, you may be overloading the input circuit of the wireless base unit. Try turning down the volume on the BOSE or connecting to a different output.

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I just replaced the cord running from the sub to the dvd player. now my sub will not turn on


hi,
steps to trouble shoot for sub-woofer detection :
1. please check whether the cord is securely connected at both the ends.
2. check if there is transmission through the cord (there'll be a small static through the cord if there is transmission.)
3. reset the dvd-player to default audio-output and then choose the 5.1 sound system which is the correct setting for the th-c6.
4. also check the settings in the th-c6 whether it is in 5.1 mode(whether it includes the woofer-as it can also simple use the stereo speakers)
5. now check the sound output in all speakers by playing any original home-theatre system enabled dvd.

the system will work perfectly if the cord is in good condition, otherwise please replace the cord again, and this time check it at the store.
cheers

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Never buy a wireless speaker system! Too susceptible to interference, and the RF transmitter/receivers will drift off frequency in a short time, leaving you with perfectly good but useless speakers. If it's a used system, there's not much you can do. If new, of course you can take it back and get a REFUND - don't exchange them for another wireless system. Run wires, live with the mess and enjoy proper performance for years.

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