#1
So I turned on the computer, and put on some music only to find my right speaker working inproperly. It gives sounds, but through the music you can hear a buzz, kind of like the sound crickets make. I checked all the connection and they're fine.

Has anyone had similar problems or does anyone know if it's fixable?
#2
Hmm, try turning down the outbound sound coming from the computer a bit and check the plug for any cracks in the wire.
#5
It's probably the speaker itself, The left one still sounds perfectly clear and I found out the sound goes like this

PC --> Right speaker --> Left speaker

and not

Left speaker <-- PC --> Right speaker

Edit:
Quote by add666
is it electrical hum?

No, the sounds sort of changes with the music.
#6
Quote by frankv
It's probably the speaker itself, The left one still sounds perfectly clear and I found out the sound goes like this

PC --> Right speaker --> Left speaker

and not

Left speaker <-- PC --> Right speaker

Edit:

No, the sounds sort of changes with the music.


Then it is popping. dont play it so loud and does it still make that noise?
#10
Quote by Dirk Gently
Probably blown.


I think so to.. mine did the same thing some days ago I think you just gotta buy new ones


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#12
It might just be radio interference, I get a weird noise coming through mine which sounds similar to what you describe and a few times I heard some french radio coming through. It only happens at home, not at uni though.
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#14
Try checking the connector cords, I had a nasty buzz in my speakers the other day, and it was due to the cords connected to the speakers coming loose.

If not, you may need to buy new speakers
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#15
you'll kave a tear in one of your speaker cones, so i distortes when a certsin sound frequency hit is, you'll have 2 either get it repaired or get a new set
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#17
Test the speakers - Plug them into an mp3 player or whatever and see if it does the same thing.

If the speakers are fine, test the output jack - Plug headphones or some other speakers if available into the jack, does it make the same noise?

Isolate the issue, replace what's faulty.