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Buzzing sound from speakers

Loud feed back sound from speakers. cant hear anything else.

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  • snoopb Apr 15, 2008

    what can i do to get sound thru my speakers? i can't hear videos or anything just this buzzing.

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Check to see if the connector is halfway out the jack, and make sure they are plugged into the correct jack.

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