buzzing speakers

  spixworth 11:12 05 Jun 2004
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after about half an hour speakers start to buzz.
when pc switched off they still buzz,
when speakers switched off they still buzz, only way to stop it is to unplug speakers from mains.
should I dump and get new set? any recomendations, like to listen to music and video clips.
thanks

  spuds 12:28 05 Jun 2004

Have you located these near to your monitor or other electrical field. Move them to a new location, and if this doesn't help,check the cabling and plug set-up [plug in wrong socket etc],if that fails buy a replacement set, they are cheap enough nowadays.

  Charence 12:29 05 Jun 2004

Harman/Kardon computer speakers are really good. They're also go for many other speakers - company also known as Infinity, JBL.

click here - Harman/Kardon Duet 12W Computer Speakers

click here - Harman/Kardon "Creature" Multimedia 3pc Speakers

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Charence

  Charence 12:32 05 Jun 2004

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Charence

  Fruit Bat 12:36 05 Jun 2004

Buzzing caused by transformer in speakers sounds like they are on the way out.

Type and Quality of speakers depends on what you use them for, DVD, 3d Surrond gameing, music editing or general use. Plus buget of course you can pay anything from £5 upwards for speakers.

  Pearly Gates |X|X| 12:56 05 Jun 2004

May be an Earth loop

  Pearly Gates |X|X| 12:57 05 Jun 2004

But I suspect Fruit Bat is correct

  Stuartli 13:13 05 Jun 2004

Advice on getting rid of ground loops in audio equipment:

click here

  spixworth 10:25 06 Jun 2004

took speaker apart, buzz coming from transformer. time for new set. thanks everyone

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