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Re: sound problem with using aim vid
Does adjusting your volume help at all? I find if your microphone is up too high it can have undesirable effects. Also you may want to try to see if the problem is there with the microphone off. Also you should check for any driver updates for your soundcard. You can do this thru device manager in most circumstances. Let us know how it goes.
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Crackling sound is often an indication of bad connections to the speakers. Are you listening with the built-in speakers or through an external amplifier?
If you are listening through an external amplifier or speakers, check all of the connections to make sure the cables are properly inserted, and wiggle the cables from each end and the middle to see if that reproduces the symptoms. Sometimes a cable can become damaged from being squashed or bent, and it may be as simple as replacing the faulty cable with a new one.
If you are listening with the built-in speakers the situation might be harder to identify and correct. Sometimes it is as simple as nearby wireless devices or radio towers causing interference with the speaker. You can try repositioning wireless devices such as computer routers, cordless landline phones or radios to see if that helps.
However, over time the solder used to connect the internal components can wear and sometimes break the connection. For this type of situation repair is usually the only option. If the warranty of your TV has expired you may have to take it to a local TV service center. Typically a loose solder joint is easy to identify and fix, so the repair bill should not be high.
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First Visually check all your fuses. Does rig have amp for stereo by any chance? It sounds like amp is bad and/or fuse is blown. Amp is wired between radio and speakers, and a shorted amp would make crackling in speakers when radio is OFF
You need a new Radio,these year's all go out in time,no sound,can't be fixed,must replace like the Honda Dealer says and no radio shops do repair's these days,they just want to sell you a new one,don't buy a used one,best to go to a radio shop and have them install a new Kenwwod,buying one from the dealer is wasting your money cause it will go bad again.
where did you get the vids from. it sounds like the codec used for the vid is not ipod compatable. you may be able to convert them using free software like anyvideo converter or ipod robot. i tunes can play them because it has a greater library of video codecs (anything installed on the system... almost)
I can't take credit for this because on found on a review on Amazon.Com, but I tried it and it works!
"Another update, for everyone who is having the common crackling
problem, if you open the clock radio there is a black disk on the
bottom with a red and black wire coming out of it. This black disk is a
component called a piezo disk. They are commonly used to make noise for
buzzers in electronic devices, but appear to have no use whatsoever in
this clock radio. If you cut the wires going to this disk, the
crackling noise goes away. You can still use both buzzer and radio
alarms. There doesn't appear to be any functionality lost other than
the annoying crackling sound. Obviously cutting wires would probably
void your warranty, but do you really want to try your luck with
another RCA clock radio? Chances are the crackling will happen again
with the replacement or it will be DOA."
If you can handle a screwdriver and a pair of scissors, you can easily tackle this project, don't be worried about it being too complex. 5 screws, a snip, and you are all set. Make sure the radio is unplugged of course.