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Fuzzy Speakers I have Dell A525 speakers and subwoofer and they are always fuzzy. Like when I play a song it's fine till the bass comes in but then everythings starts to sound fuzzy. But I am sure it's not the bass because when I turn the bass completely off the same problem occurs. Can annny one help me? =(

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Suggest that the speaker cone is damaged

Posted on May 08, 2007

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Yes, i have a brand new set of DELL A525 Speakers, reply to this solution on FIXYA (ie say you want them) and i will put them on EBay for you to purchase on a (buy it now) so you you can have them straight away, £10 + P&P £2.70 or give me your email on here and we can sort it out that way. (set up a disposable email address or you may get spammed)

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