Why is there a buzzing sound coming from my computer speakers?
There are multiple reasons why your speakers could be buzzing. The most common reason is when the volume or bass has been turned up too high and it’s putting a lot of pressure on the speaker. This can cause a sound loop to form, which will make your speakers buzz.
How do you fix a computer that has a buzzing speaker?
How to stop speaker from buzzing sound
- Troubleshoot the hardware problem.
- Break the electrical ground loop.
- Avoid frequency interference.
- Update your audio driver.
- Configure audio settings in computer.
How do I get rid of ground loop hum?
The ground loop can be eliminated in one of two ways:
- Remove one of the ground paths, thus converting the system to a single point ground.
- Isolate one of the ground paths with an isolation transformer, common mode choke, optical coupler, balanced circuitry, or frequency selective grounding.
What does a blown speaker sound like?
The most common aural indication of a blown speaker is an unpleasant buzzing or scratching sound, by itself or roughly at the pitch of the note the speaker is attempting to reproduce. Or there could be no sound at all.