Question about Boston Acoustics BA735 Computer Speakers
Re: Boston digital BA735. The sub and two speakers hum. The sub volume is full of static when turning. Could this knob also be causing the hum? Could the speakers have been damaged from hooking up the digital input cable into an analog out signal?
Hmmm I just got the same problem. They worked fine on my old Dell desktop but when I plugged them in to my son's old Dell PC (maybe 1 year newer than my old one) they all hum like crazy - as you say even if it's just the power plugged in and nothing else. Yes it does have the original power supply. I get no music (but still it hums) from digital out/in but when I switch to analog out/in I hear the music and it still hums, plus the sound is distorted. Wierd.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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