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Old July 4th 03, 01:30 PM
Super Moo
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Default Mouse causing speakers to crackle - Fix

If you have the problem of your speakers omitting some buzzing,
crackling or clicking when moving your mouse then here is a fix which
may help.

I recently bought a new set of speakers for my PC after the power
switch became faulty on my existing pair. After installing the new
speakers, everytime I moved my mouse I got this strange "clicking"
noise through my speakers"

After trying several sets of drivers, fiddling about with the
connections. I found the answer.

My new speakers were more powerfull than my previous ones and the AMP
unit with the Volume and Bass controls etc was positioned near my
mouse, the other speaker was on the other side of the monitor.

Anyway, moving the AMP unit away from my mouse solved the problem. So
all you need to do is move the mouse away from the AMP unit or vice
versa, problem solved. It worked for me anyway.
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Old August 1st 03, 08:13 PM
eXistenZ
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"Super Moo" wrote in message
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If you have the problem of your speakers omitting some buzzing,
crackling or clicking when moving your mouse then here is a fix which
may help.

I recently bought a new set of speakers for my PC after the power
switch became faulty on my existing pair. After installing the new
speakers, everytime I moved my mouse I got this strange "clicking"
noise through my speakers"

After trying several sets of drivers, fiddling about with the
connections. I found the answer.

My new speakers were more powerfull than my previous ones and the AMP
unit with the Volume and Bass controls etc was positioned near my
mouse, the other speaker was on the other side of the monitor.

Anyway, moving the AMP unit away from my mouse solved the problem. So
all you need to do is move the mouse away from the AMP unit or vice
versa, problem solved. It worked for me anyway.


I had a similar problem, What I found is that my CD Player in Windows Main
Volume wasn't muted causing everything that was sending electrical signals
to my computer to be amplified on the speakers, as I always have my computer
speakers on MAX Volume I could tell the difference when I muted it, though
even though it is muted one MUST have volume for CD turned up to max in the
Volume Mixer!

-eXistenZ


 




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