Altec Lansing Buzzing Noise
No mods Hockeypuck #12791224 - 7 years ago In reply to mm172001, #2:In reply to MrEvil, #3:Thanks for the tips, but it's not that underlying hum, it's obnoxiously loud, and the If you have access to some other speakers and it sounds fine then it's most likely the speakers, otherwise it's back to figuring out what is the problem. if that is so, then disconnecting that jack isolates everything from everything else, and turns it off. CLFs and LEDs can put noise on the line when they are on, dimmers for this lighting can do this even when off. navigate here
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Altec Lansing Buzzing Noise
If its the former, a cheater plug should work. DOS Gaming Beast (13 items) CPUGraphicsRAMHard DriveIntel 3770k @ 4.3GHzGTX Titan @ 1136MHz16GB DDR3 1600 CAS 8OCZ Vertex EXOSMonitorPowerCaseWindows The Amp (at least, I'm assuming that circuitry is some form of an amp) is all inside the woofer. However, the humming sound still exists. m 0 l drtanz May 9, 2013 11:59:13 AM everlost said:the front right speaker to sub connection is 9pin jack?
IT could be the amp is going bad in the speakers. If you have access to some other speakers and it sounds fine then it's most likely the speakers, otherwise it's back to figuring out what is the problem. This will ground the inputs and ensure that no stray pick-up takes place, then turn them on and try again. Subwoofer Hum With No Input Advanced Search Overclock.net›Forums›Consumer Electronics›Home Audio›My Altec Lansing VS2621's are making an annoying buzzing sound when connected to my computer and other things!
For a long time, I suffered through a bunch of cheaper Creative, Altec-Lansing, etc. The right speaker is a multi-pin connector, I assume the extra lines are signal lines for the power button, volume and balance controls on that speaker. try it on another device, like an MP3 player or another PC. http://www.jeffgeerling.com/articles/audio-and-video/2012/buzz-or-hum-computer-speakers Turns out there was a short in one of the monitor outputs, and if I plugged something into it, it would randomly start to hum all over the entire system from
it sure sound nice to me to have 1 of these. Altec Lansing Speakers Troubleshooting Speakers humming Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Shazz87, Nov 10, 2004. Subscribe Search This Thread Start a New Thread post #1 of 8 4/11/13 at 9:49pm Thread Starter StayFrosty PC Gamer Joined: Oct 2012 Location: Manila, The Philippines Posts: First Sergeant If you don't have another computer to plug the Altec Lansing system into, try a portable CD player like a Discman, or something like that.
Altec Lansing Vs4121 Subwoofer Hum
I know it has to do with voltage differences, power, RF emissions, etc... Can it be stopped without having to turn my speakers off? 22-02-2006,08:56 AM #2 pctek View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Senior Member Join Date Feb 2005 Altec Lansing Buzzing Noise If the hum disappears, you can be fairly sure that the problem is with your sound card, software, or something else in your computer. Altec Lansing Subwoofer Making Noise Bhd. |---- Compuzone |---- Cycom Sales & Service |---- Inter-Asia (Edifier, Noctua, Bitfenix, Silverstone, Seasonic, Box2s, Doss, Filco) |---- Gadget Zone |---- Winchance |---- JACtech Advance Computer Services |---- TECH Computer
See if it happens. http://quodsoftware.com/altec-lansing/altec-lansing-atp3-price.html Is it still under warranty? bsl555 May 16 2007, 11:36 AM Show posts by this member only | Post #20 Look at all my stars!! No mods WindowsRules #12797504 - 7 years ago In reply to djc49939, #9:My friend's sub hummed after 5 months of loud music, it never played music again, it was definitely shot Speakers Buzz When Plugged Into Computer
To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Ask ! this could also be a symptom of trouble on the utility side. http://quodsoftware.com/altec-lansing/altec-lansing-ada-305-driver-windows-7.html Just plugging it to power and turning it on is enough.
stoping would usually mean a ground related problem, while louder hum may be filter or amp problem. Ferrite Beads Reply Reply Start a New Thread Subscribe Search This Thread New Posts All Forums:Forum Nav:HomeSubscriptionsPrivate MessagesWho's OnlineForumsOverclock.net ForumNew MembersOverclock.net Related News and InformationOverclock.net Member PollsOverclock.net Contests and PromotionsForum Platform Help and That was before I got married...
It may be the time to consider whether or not it is worth it.
Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now I can't really touch the jack with my finger, because if it's connected it makes the sound, and as soon as I disconnect it from the subwoofer the sound stops, so If the problem still exists, after trying different combinations, you might need to add an isolation transformer type plug to stop it. Ground Loop Isolator If I do turn it on, I get the occassional random inteference, but that's not what's causing the problem.
Physical damage to the speakers can be repaired, and defective components in the electronics that drive them can be replaced, but it's usually not cost-effective to do either.) Rob M., Did you ever find a solution? There is one wire, power, going into the woofer box. weblink I'm not sure about the latest price but it aint't cheap b'coz it's an audiophile product, it could even enhance the picture quality from your LCD if connected to it.
m 0 l drtanz May 10, 2013 12:50:08 AM everlost said:if you touch the 3.5mm jack ends with your finger does the buzzing stop? m 0 l drtanz May 10, 2013 3:16:33 PM thee_prisoner said:Good advice by everlost but ground loop problems are a humming sound(also mentioned by everlost) in the 50-60Hz range. The Bose Companion 2 Series is a nice choice although I'm starting to lean towards the larger bookshelf speakers as being an attractive option for high quality sound. I have no clue why this happened; i have headphones with a ear phone plug and a microphone plug that come off of them.
I made sure all the cables are plugged in properly, the speakers are connected to the wall socket firmly, I'm just so lost! wil consider bringing it for a check up thoughCan you try taking the speakers to your friend's place to test it, just wanna see if it's due to A/C line noise Some facilities like theatres/roadhouses have a completely isolated power line from the rest of the building that only sound equipment is allowed to be plugged into, and even then there's usually Even my Altec Lansing 641 system has more hum than it should, and it was one of their high-end 4.1 computer sound systems. (And, I'm sorry to say, mcadam88, that I