Question about Dell A525 Computer Speakers
Every time I turn them on I am getting only pitched feedback from the speakers.The subwoofer and speakers are free from electrical interferance and are no where near each other.
Check and make sure that there isn't a microphone too close to the speakers. If all else fails, go in to your Volume Control Panel on your computer and mute the mic channel. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
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