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Speakers Make A Fuzzy Sound

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#1 Sterling14


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Posted 18 October 2006 - 06:36 PM

I recieved some speakers for my birthday in february. They've worked nice but in the past few months I've noticed that when i adjust the volume they make a fuzzy sound. It's really no big deal but I was wondering if anyone has any ideas on why they do this. I don't believe that its anything with my computer, but I've tried a few things and nothings worked. There Altec Lansing VS.2121. Its just two speakers with a subwoofer and they cost about 50-60 dollars i believe.

I'm getting some more ram and maybe a graphics cards for christmas should I add a sound card to the list too?

Edited by Sterling14, 18 October 2006 - 06:45 PM.

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Posted 20 October 2006 - 08:30 AM

Well, a sound card won't hurt any! It'll do you good, but I don't think that this will fix the problem.

Have you tried relocating your speakers? Move them to a different spot, and make sure that they're not near any power cords, or any type of cords for that matter. The speaker wire themselves might be picking up interference from a power cord or another cord. Cordless phones have been known to interfere with some speakers (only happened to me once though). You might have to move your speakers more than once, and don't forget to move your subwoofer.

Hope this helps! Let us know how you made out with this. :thumbsup:
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