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Static I get loads of static in my system. I've tried to find the source, but hav been unable to find it.

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Headphone jacks has static

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Turn off you computer and pull out your sound card if it is external. Then plug it back in the same hole. It may just be loose. If this does not help try another card. If you have a built in sound card try installing updated drivers for it from the manufacturers web site.

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There is static on the speakers all the time.


The static on the speakers can be caused due to many reasons. However, the most common trouble maker is a cut wire or loose connection. Try tweaking the sound settings before proceeding further.

If not resolved then, check whether all the connections are good and wires are not cut. Next thing to check is the power cord, try changing the power socket to see if it is due to the electrical noise caused by power socket.
The last thing to check for is the sound card. Use a headphone and insert it into the same jack where your speakers are inserted and check if you still can hear the static. If yes then the sound card is faulty and if no then there is an internal circuitry issue with your speakers. Please post back for any assistance.

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Try playing around on the volume control panel. The pan might have been played with, along with other things.

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