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Ater a new radio was installed in a 2006 chevy cobalt, we hear a loud clikning sound coming from the turn signals when they are used.


You need a noise suppressor put on the radio power lead to kill the static. You can get it at radio shack.

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I have static coming out of the speakers. One speaker appears to be not working the other just has static.


It must be checked after opening if the noise is generated from the output of the sound signal process of the TV.
You will need to use a audio signal test to ensure that the output IC is functioning good on both the channels.
if not go back again to confirm but disconnection of the coupling capacitorr from the pre amp , the power amp , to find the source of the static noise.
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I tried to jump my cadillac deville and and just got a series of clicks. My main concern i also noticed static like noise coming from the car speakers. Short of some sort i believe. Any Suggestions to...


sounds like a bad connection somewhere. check the cables at your batt and make sure they are tight, next make sure you have a good connection with your jumper cables.the noise from the speakers is common with a dead batt.

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Static only in one speaker


When you say static that they both work but one is noisy or are you saying that the only one is making a noise and nocoherent sounds coming from either

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Static in the sound


The static is called "line noise". It happens when there is not a lot of protection between the copper wiring that carries the signals and the outside. One way for manufacturers to save money is to put just a very thin piece of protection around the copper wires, with no insulation. Just copper wiring and a thin piece of rubber or plastic. So that is why you hear the static noise, the wires are cheaply made and cannot keep out the signals they interfere with it...hence the cheap price. Wal Mart is good about giving refunds, bring it back and get a better made system. It might cost a little more but the sound will be what you enjoy.
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Static noise coming from interior rear by speakers


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Static noise coming out of speakers


What sort of computer do you have? Is it a laptop or desktop? Many laptops have this problem and it is quite widespread in laptops. The crackling or humming noise could be a result of interference from the mains power signal.

If it's a laptop, try running it on battery alone (take out the mains power cord). My laptop has this kind of noise in speakers when running on mains electrical supply, but it goes away like magic when I run it on battery.

A more long-term solution is to buy a 'Ground Loop Isolator' and insert it between your computer and the speakers/earphones. They are quite cheap and you could get it for under £10. It removes all static noise and you'll hear crystal clear sound.

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Scratching (static) noise coming from computer speakers


I foudn this in anther forum:
I have an ASUS motherboard P5E3 Premium. The audio that came with it was the Sound Max audio. I also noticed abnormal sounds coming from the speakers. They included sounds during hard drive activity and also with mouse movement. They were not loud but noticable. I searched all over the web but didn't find the answer. I stumbled across the fix myself. I also have vista-64. In the sound control panel > speaker properties > levels... there is a pc beep slide bar. I noticed that if it is disabled then the abnormal sound went away completely. Problem solved. Hope this helps.

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Static noise from car stereo


change youre speakers they are blown if they are making staticy sounds i have recently chnged my speaker cuz of the static and it was kuz they were blown

thats all i can think about
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Check for the Third earth wire of your computer else check for the motherboard taking earth for the cabinet.

 

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