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killallviruses

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I have a Dell Dimension 4700 Desktop and just recently the speakers started crackling, Ive had the computer for 6 years now and had the same Dell speakers & subwoofer that came with it.

Ive tried unplugging the jack and plugging it into the front on the computer into the headphone jack and yet they still crackle

Any suggestions?
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Hello killallviruses...

With 6 year old speakers, the first thing I'd try is a known good set of speakers to see if that's the problem or if the crackling is originating from other platform hardware.

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I tried it with my headphones & it does it with those aswell
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