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The volume of the Speakers suddenly fluctuates, loud noises ,dead

The speakers has volume fluctuations and loud noises errupt after some time .. the spekers work nicely for say abt 30 min or so .. some times even more .. but eventually the volume starts to go up and down .. noises.. and finally goes dead..
i wanted to know that is this a sound card problem or the 4400 inspire is at fault.. can it be repaired .. i hav already spent 1\4 th of the cost of the speakers to get them repaired .. but with no results plz help

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SOURCE: remote volume control needed for Creative Inspire 4.1 4400

Dear sir
I brought sound system, but unfortunately I miss place volume control, I would like to ask suggestion without volume control could i operate sound system....... could i get seprate part to buy from delers or mfg.
please advice.
Thanks
maheshrn2002@yahoo.com

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