Having problems with your Dell AS500 Sound Bar Computer Speakers ?

Our speakers are making a crackling/ popping noise


Answers :

There is some problem with the speakers or u have got some electromagnetic field near to your speakers.
try keepng the cabinet, mobile,or any such eqiupment away from the speakers . the electromagnetic waves created by these stuff effect the magnet in the speaker
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