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Have you try plugging the cord tightly maybe it's just loose, and try checking the power socket too. If this doesn't help then you have to get it repaired.

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Staticy in one channel


This is a loose connection and it could be the voice coil in the speaker, the terminals on the speaker, the connection at the terminals on the speaker, the wire going to the speaker, the connection at the amp, the internal connection in the amp, the actual parts on the circuit board of the amp, change the speaker connection at the amp
(switch right and left to see if it is outside the amp)
If not then you are looking at the amp being the problem.

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I downloaded my music, and it all sounds staticy also some music has no voice!!


Hello,

Try updating the sound driver of your computer. You can scan the computer for outdated drivers to cover all possible driver problems by using RadarSync then you can google for the drivers to install. You can also buy the license so that you can make the updates automatic.

I hope this helps!

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Speakers sound staticy and computer runs slow


Definitely sounds driver related. Be sure to completely uninstall sound drivers and controllers from Device manager, and reinstall directly from manufacturers web site. If this doesnt fix it could be a bad connection.

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Controls make staticy sounds when turned.


First remove the cord from your axe. Scatchy controls usually mean dirt and gunk on the contacts within the pots (potentiometers. I suggest going to your local Radio shack and picking up a can of tuner cleaner/lubricant. pop the access panel off (several screws ) Dont forget eye protection, and spray lightly into the small hole directly on the pot. Work to the stops both ways and replace your hardware.

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Speaker have become staticy. Don't get a clear


Try headphones to see if the audio is the problem or the speakers as a first test.

If speakers have gotten wet or filled with dust/dirt could be the problem.

Wet is fatal, replace them.

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Make sure that the output (from sound card) is compatible with input of receiver. Most aux inputs on receivers are 1 volt peak to peak. Turntable and tape inputs are different.

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The speakers have buzzing sound because of damaged cones.
Over driving speakers, especially with heavy low frequencies, can tear the voice coil away from the cone.
Once damaged, only replacement will help

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Callers not able to hear my voice.


Most of the times its the microphone problem. But first, go to settings and then Sound, check the equalizer, play with it a little bit. If that doesnt work, take it to where you bought it from, they will install a new microphone for you.

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