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Sounds all distored and crackley


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coryw

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Hey im sound start crackling and sounding all distored. when i pull the plugin out a bit it starts sounding better. is it a driver or something in hardware?
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What plugin are you referring to?
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im not sure what you mean by what plugin.
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Post #1...

when i pull the plugin out a bit it starts sounding better


This is what Broni is asking about.
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Oh sorry, The plugin i mean is the acutal stereo plugin that plugs into the back of my comp. When i noticed that the sound sounded crackly i thought mabey if i un plug them and plug them back in it my fix the problem. it didnt but when i noticed that when i was pluging the stereo plug back in when it got half way in the sound was better but only playing out of one speaker.
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Test speakers on another computer. See, if you also have to play with the plug to get normal sound.
If speakers work fine on another computer, then you have a sound jack issue on your computer.
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