static from computer

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by Surfgeotwo, Oct 13, 2004.

  1. Surfgeotwo

    Surfgeotwo Guest

    i have a dell dimension 4300 and i get constant static out of the speakers,
    insignificant when the song being played is fairly loud but annoying as heck
    between songs and with soft songs. is there any kind of filter that i can get
    free that will cancell this out? i have swapped speakers etc. so i know the
    problem is internal......

    david
    Surfgeotwo, Oct 13, 2004
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    Thor Guest

    try muting the CD Audio channel in the windows mixer panel. See if it makes
    a difference.



    "Surfgeotwo" <> wrote in message
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    >i have a dell dimension 4300 and i get constant static out of the speakers,
    > insignificant when the song being played is fairly loud but annoying as
    > heck
    > between songs and with soft songs. is there any kind of filter that i can
    > get
    > free that will cancell this out? i have swapped speakers etc. so i know
    > the
    > problem is internal......
    >
    > david
    Thor, Oct 13, 2004
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  3. Surfgeotwo

    Surfgeotwo Guest

    >try muting the CD Audio channel in the windows mixer panel. See if it makes
    >a difference.
    >


    nope, nothing has any effect there at all other than volume control, of
    course......
    Surfgeotwo, Oct 13, 2004
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  4. Surfgeotwo

    Stuart Guest

    Surfgeotwo wrote:

    > i have a dell dimension 4300 and i get constant static out of the speakers,
    > insignificant when the song being played is fairly loud but annoying as heck
    > between songs and with soft songs. is there any kind of filter that i can get
    > free that will cancell this out? i have swapped speakers etc. so i know the
    > problem is internal......
    >
    > david


    Well it is a Dell so what do you expect?

    Could be a crap soundcard, if you have a microphone it could be on and
    needs to be muted, if you have a CRT monitor then try moving the
    speakers further away from it.

    Stuart
    Stuart, Oct 14, 2004
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