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No solution i'm afraid. But i have the exact same problem. Terrible cracking interference. Unplug everything else in the house and they still crackle. Very annoying.
Decided to buy a new woofer on ebay as that seemed to be the problem with possible faulty switch, but the new woofer has a different connection for the volume control. Incredibly frustrating.
If you have any luck let me know.
Bose want eighty quid to repair...
From the home screen, go to Settings> Sound & display> Notification ringtone> then you can select "Silent" if you don't want any "Droid" noises when you get text messages, etc., or you can select a different notification sound.
Windows 7 is an OS which has lots of upgradation done from the existing Windows XP and other versions and runs on longhorn and Vista principles. If you have a problem with annoying noise, it will be appreciable if you can give a clear picture on what noise it makes... is it a beep, or a jarring music, a fan speeding noise, or any Wav file played from its system audio files.
If it a fan speed increasing with loud noise, please check the compatibility of your Hardware with the OS. May be you have to update your BIOS to clear this out and most of the HW Drivers.
If its some audio file played, check for tracking down the file which is played and understand which program is initializing it by just looking at the backend process running and the threads utilized.
If its a noise which is neither a beep or a system Audio played and just a horrible sound from the speakers... Please check the HW ports for Audio by taking the Laptop \ Desktop to a HW engineer after updating the Audio Drivers. This will resolve your
Issue i believe. Do write back if you need any further assistance. Good Luck.
Sounds like a loose connection or a blown speaker. I would try just playing around with the wires to see if you can make it pop, if so, the wire you were messing with is the most likely culprit. Also, verify the sub cone has no damage or cracks. I am betting it i a bad connection or a loose wire.