Question about Philips MMS 203 Computer Speakers
In most cases when you "wiggle" the jack plug and there is a difference in sound output, the problem is going to be with the jack itself on the soundcard, whether it is integrated in the motherboard or on an expansion slot....there is a small falt tension spring inside the jack itself and overtime, this spring weakens and can no longer hold proper tension on the plug. The only solution is to either desolder the jack and remove it from the motherboard or card, or just buy another inexpensive sound card and install it into a free expansion slot. I do not think it has anything to do with the speakers themselves.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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b Source buttons
- DISC/USB: toggles between DISC or
RADIO: toggles between FM and AM/
TV: switches to TV mode. The sound
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connected speaker system.
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