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Thread: Speakers make wierd popping sounds....

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    Speakers make wierd popping sounds....

    This only started to happen recently. Whenever I play songs, my speakers sound like they're popping. What's annoying is that sometimes it happens, sometimes it doesn't. I have Altec Lansing ACS-495 speakers, and a Turtle Beach Montego II sound card.

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    Have you tried double checking your connections to make sure everything is seated? Moving things around can sometimes pull them loose.

    Just at thought.

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    either that or you blew your woofers, some songs put out different db levels of bass, therefore triggering the popping sound, i had a pair of ACS45's once, two small cubes, and a woofer, the woofer couldnt handle one song, made it too loud, so it popped and then did that anytime i turned up the bass to any other song, those are long gone now and ive hooked up a home entertainment system to my comp

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    although it can be as simple as loose wires too

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    loose wires or a loose soundcard even if the wires are tight and they get pulled on by something and the card moves.

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    If you have a GeForce card (even if you don't), you might want to try this link:

    http://www.geforcefaq.com/faq.cgi#hw:gef:troub:sound

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