crackling coming from my speakers

November 13, 2005 at 04:07:57
Specs: Win XP, AMD 2800+ / 1G ram

hey guys, i have a problem when i move my mouse or a web page is loading up i get a crackling coming from my speakers but it only happens when i am playing something through my speakers, i have change my mouse, got the latest drivers, moved the card to a new pci slot, completely un installed it and reinstalled it again, made sure it is properly plugged in and the right wires are plugged into the right sockets but nothing seem to work, its weird because its only happens when somethin moves on the screen and my speakers and soundcard are brand new
sound card: Creative Labs Audigy 2 zs 7.1
speakers: Creative Labs Inspire T7900 7.1 Surround Speakers
Thanks guys if you can help

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#1
November 13, 2005 at 06:15:14

Hmmm...

Have you tested your speakers with another source such as a portable cd player?

Can you cause the crackling sound by wiggling the connectors?

Have you tried changing the audio cables?

Have you tried re-seating your sound card, or moving it to a different pci slot

farthest away from PSU It might be possible that once the load on the PSU gets
higher its interference field gets larger!


Do you have a cell phone near your speakers or the sound card? Any device
that reaches a certain frequency will cause a constant clicking noise.


What you wanna do is plug in a set of headphones and see if they
sound alright. If it's alright, then your soundcard's fine. It may be that your
soundcard is sending a signal too powerful for your speakers.
Finally: Are you 100 % sure that the Crackling Sound Coming from your Speakers or From your
Monitor !!!!
Good luck...


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#2
November 13, 2005 at 06:51:41

yeah i tried all those things but its werid because sometimes when it happend i just have to restart but then went i go into a game it starts again so i dont know what is going on??
thanks anyways

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#3
November 13, 2005 at 07:46:43

Hi:just Curious did you have an
Nforce chipset ?This is a common problem of Nforce chipse
However have you tried going into the
start/run/dxdiag/ and turn the sound
acceleration down to standard or basic !!!
Have you tried another Sound card driver ?
Also have you tried another Speakers ?
Finally:what about Borowing another Sound Card from a Friend & just tested to see if that will solve your problem
Bon Courage..

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#4
November 13, 2005 at 09:51:27

Have you tried turning the volume down?

It could be overloading so try turning down the volume from the computer (then turn up any control on speaker itself).

The other possibility is that the speakers are too sensitive, in which case try the opposite combination.

With some cards it's a bit of a balancing act,
although the symptoms are more often distortion or background noise respectively.

DerekW


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#5
November 13, 2005 at 10:15:05

ok guys yeah i have tried another soundcard and it kinda had the same problem so i put my card back in and tried turnin the volume down with the creative volume control and it seem to be abit better and doesnt seem to be happing as much but i can still hear crackling when i play games
but its abit better anyways and thanks for the help guys

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