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Speaker static my right surround speaker has static and i dont understand why

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  • cywolf May 25, 2008

    i have done all you suggested and still have problem.when i hook speaker up to different channel no static any thoughts?

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First check the sound options if it is alright then check the connections though you problem is not solved you have to replace the speaker.

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