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My Speaker is connected With Gaming PC And It's Crackling

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My Speaker is connected with my gaming Pc and it's making crackling noise on high bass sounds. What can be done about it to resolve the issue?
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You either have a bad speaker, or bad speaker connection (on either the speaker itself, the computer, or the cable in between). You will want to test these by plugging the speaker into a different source, turn up the volume, if you still get crackels, then the speaker and/or the cord are the issue. If you can't swap the cord, then you will need a new speaker.

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Hello Friends,

My Speaker is connected with my gaming Pc and it's making crackling noise on high bass sounds. What can be done about it to resolve the issue?
What speaker is it and how loud doyou play it?

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Try connecting with optical if possible and see if that solves it.

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I have a Bose SoundTouch 10. I have connected it wirelessly.
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What speaker is it and how loud doyou play it?
I generally play it on Medium volume. And only sometimes on high.
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You either have a bad speaker, or bad speaker connection (on either the speaker itself, the computer, or the cable in between). You will want to test these by plugging the speaker into a different source, turn up the volume, if you still get crackels, then the speaker and/or the cord are the issue. If you can't swap the cord, then you will need a new speaker.
When I use it on PC or while gaming on it, the sound crackles. But if I connect it on mobile, no such issues occur.
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Would it be a good idea to visit the service center?
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When I use it on PC or while gaming on it, the sound crackles. But if I connect it on mobile, no such issues occur.
It is probably the speaker out connector on your computer. Is this a desktop computer? Many desktop computers have a speaker/headphone out on the front and the back, so if possible try the other port. You may also want to try connecting some headphones to the computer if you have them. If the headphones crackle this will help solidify that the connection on the computer is bad.

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Okay. I will try to test that out. Also found this could it be any helpful?
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