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I recently purchased though Dell Computers Z323 speakers. The problem is the left hand speaker crackles and distorts at certant freqencies. I have made sure the yellow plug is firmly connected to the subwoofer. My thoughts are that there could be an internal problem with the speaker. Hi! The speaker is surely damaged. You will need to have it reconed to resolve the distorted sound. Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa!

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I have that exact same problem, they are brand new aswell!

anyone got any ideas?

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