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Speakers just put new speakers on computer nothing but buzzing nosie comming out

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  • stan48 Jul 27, 2008

    what the probem

  • carmelita2ki Dec 19, 2008

    well i bought a pcline speakers 2 mini and a subwoofer that comes with it , it worked the first time i connected it 2 my pc but out the blue there was no sound the only sound i am getting now is the buzzing sound pls help i love my music plz.

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Check your crossover network... if that's OK then maybe ya Amp's output has either fused.. or gone Kaput.. try see if ya get sound thru ya earphones if ya have a jack... this will prove ya Amp is OK.. at least up to the Jack.

Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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