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Clicking sound Getting a clicking sound out of one of the speakers. Seems to occur only when watching a loud sporting event.

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    ONE OF OUR BOSE 321 SPEAKERS MAKES A VERY LOUD CRACKLING SOUND SOMETIMES - WE CAN'T PIN DOWN THE CHANNELS AND ALSO THE SOUND WILL GO OFF AND YOU HAVE TO WAIT A MINUTE OR TWO OR MORE BEFORE IT COMES BACK ON !! - THANKS FOR YOUR HELP - JOANIE

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turn the audio down from the TV seems as if its overdriven, disconnect speakers , if no clicking, you have a speaker problem

Mar 04, 2014 | Kenwood Audio Players & Recorders

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Why is there no sound coming from my speakers?


If you hear no sound coming from your speakers, there could be several reasons:<br />1) Check to see if the speakers are powered on.<br />2) Check to see if the cable is plugged into the speakers and the green jack in the back of the computer.<br />3) Check to see if the speakers are muted in Windows. Do this by clicking on the speaker icon in the system tray. It has a place to check to mute the speakers.<br />4) Check to see if the sound devices and drivers are loaded. To do this go to the control panel and click on "sound." Then click on the sound tab. Choose one of the Windows events that has a sound associated with it and preview the sound by clicking on the arrow to the right of the listing. If the arrow is dark and when you click on it the sound seems to be playing, then the drivers and sound card should be functional. If the arrow is grayed out, then your sound drivers are not installed. In either case, try reinstalling the sound drivers.<br />5) If you've tried all this to no avail, try with another set of speakers.<br />6) One thing that may work is to do a system restore back to the time the speakers were working.<br />7) If nothing works, I would suspect that you have a bad sound card. Unfortunately, these days sound is integrated into the motherboard, but you could install an add-on sound card.<br />

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Clicking sound after start-up


Sounds like one of your vent doors. Cycle the vent lever while it's clicking.

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Hi i have recently purchased an rcf hc3200 and 4 x event 4000 speakers, these were all dommenstrated and shown to be working fine however when i connect 1 speaker to the amp (either channel) the sound...


Bass cancellation can occur if the polarity of one cable is reversed? Positive at the amp MUST go to the positive at the speakerS else one speaker will be pushing & the other pulling & the low frequencies get cancelled. You may also hear some strange imaging effects as you walk around the room - a bit like stereo from a mono setup.... check your cables :-)

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I'm getting a loud "popping or clicking when i plug the sub in. also i noticed the green light comes on immediatly when the loud popping begins. the loud popping dosen't stop untill i unplug it


What's feeding it? The sub comes on automatically when it senses a signal, which seems to be what it's doing. Perhaps the loud clicking is originating at the other end of the cable.

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Makes an loud clicking/popping sound


The audio outputs are intermittently shorting to their supply and allowing DC voltage to pass - the speakers will be damaged if it continues. you can confirm this by measuring (with a dc voltmeter)at the speaker outputs for DC volts.

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Series 90 washer loud clicking during Slow wash cycles, Fast OK.


Turned out to be a loose electrical connector near the motor.  Plug was re-connected and secured with a zip tie to prevent another disconnect.

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Speakers only play cd's


Please look in your Start Menu, go to Control Panel, then into Sounds, Speech and Audio Devices. See near the left, and select Advanced Volume Control. Turn up the inputs for the other sounds that you want delivered out to those speakers. Later adjust the levels a little higher if at first the mix of the sounds is not quite loud enough from one or several of the sound sources. Also in Control Panel, Sounds, you can mute out or eliminate annoying unwanted system sounds such as sounds for minimize and maximize a computer window, and the click that occurs when the computer does Complete Navigation -which it does a lot. Go into Sounds and Audio Devices, and into the Sounds tab. Select the Windows Program event such as default beep and click pick NONE from the sound chooser scroll bar that is just below. Scroll up to NONE to eliminate that sound. Now your overall sound experience will be more pleasant, without unneeded sounds playing loudly, unexpectedly.

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Background sounds


go to the sound menu and shut off the BTSC-sound, SRS Panoramic 3D sound and place it into stereo.

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thats just the network broadcast.

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