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Sub Woofer feedback

I get this weird low-volume feedback that is extremely disturbing just from plugging it in to the power! I'm wondering why this is, and if there is a cure for this...?

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  • Chameleon82 Apr 07, 2008

    They still work, but at a low volume level the feedback is easily distinguishable, making it a not-so-pleasant listening experience. I thought maybe there was some kind of loose wire / part ... ? I'll call the support line anyway.

  • Chameleon82 Apr 07, 2008

    The noise happens regardless of where I place the speakers. I don't even have to plug them into the laptop to hear the feedback. It doesn't matter whether or not the external speakers are plugged in to the sub, what the volume level of the sub or main dial are, or where the sub is placed - the sub just emanates a low-level, fuzzy feedback as soon as I plug it into the power (and I've tried different outlets in different rooms AND houses); hence the question of maybe a faulty wire, etc? Thanks for the troubleshoot =D

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You think thats wierd? MY x-530s pick up the ******* god radio station when the volume is low O_o

Posted on Apr 29, 2008

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That is weird. Did they ever work? try calling their support:
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Posted on Apr 06, 2008

  • Richard Roberts Apr 07, 2008

    I forgot to mention--did you change position where you use your computer? Sometimes being near Hi-Fi equipment can cause feedback. Or did you just start using a particular electric outlet--or is it the same wherever you plug in? How long have you had them, and are you using a desktop or laptop? Have you gone to control panel, sound, and switched off your built-ins and configured your system to the laptop? (the X-530s are usually used with laptops.) Also check for updates to your soundcard or if you have Realtech hi-def audio, I'd try reinstalling it. Let me know how it goes.

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