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Buzz or annoyign static sound from speakers when CD is played

What can I do to solve this problem? would I be better off asking the seller for a refund?

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You can either use good quality thick insulated wires, also keep the power source far from speakers also try to keep the speakers little away from main unit.

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Posted on Mar 20, 2008

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Speakers are making a crackling sound then cut out.


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What's cooking!? I too occasionally experience a similar problem with the RCA RS2042. When switching to the CD source, I receive sound from one speaker, while the other is faint. I have found that if you open the back and fotz around with the speaker connections (the system, not the speakers themselves), it will correct the problem. Have patience! Take care. -D

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