Question about Logitech S200 Computer Speakers
I have a Logitech S200 Speaker Set. It's been hooked up into my computer for almost a year and has not been moved and have not "played with the plugs: disconnected and reconnected plugs. It's been working perfectly until now half and hour ago.
I'm watching a movie on the computer and a really irritating sound just keeps coming and going. It sounds like someone blowing into a micro phone.
Sometimes it's really loud and short/long, and sometimes it's really low and short/long.
This never happened before.
My subwoofer is located on my carpet floor (and has room to "breath") and my speakers are on my computer desk. I checked to see if the plugs weren't loose and they are as tight as the first day it was installed. The subwoofer isn't hot, it's very low in warmth as it always it.
I always keep my cell phone on my computer desk and it never interferes with the sound of the speakers or the subwoofer.
Just a question but is it a buzzing noise? and do you have a TFT monitor, if so what happened to mine is that the power pack for the TFT monitor one of the capactiors has blown therefore causing intereference in the sound, if you turn your monitor off this stops the buzzing noise.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
Switch your subwoofer off from the socket for at least 30 minutes and check if the noise is still there,if its still there open it and play a movie then press it lower if the sound stops then you will have to put some toilet papers at the back of it ,thats what I did to mine.
Posted on Feb 19, 2008
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