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My bass makes a crackling noise it never used to have this problem, i put this little faggy magnet near it and i think its the cause

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  • mattymatty22 Jul 10, 2010

    no its still works its between 40hz and 50z it does, when i play a song with the same continuous bass it cracks at some points and then it doesnt

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The problem is that the cables maybe snapped or the screws has come loose just try them and rate me :)

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Sounds like you turned your system up beyond it's capabilities... aka blown woofer. Buy a new sound system from www.pcrepairshop.org and that crackling noise will be gone for good, guaranteed!

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