Buzz bugging you buddy? Hack your speakers and get rid of it for good
Subject: General Tech | August 8, 2012 - 05:42 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: audio, corsair, corsair sp2200, DIY, hack
Some people you know might refer to your favourite music as noise, but you know better; what is worse than that is when you can hear noise in your music. The annoying intermittent buzz/crackle coming out of your speakers is something a lot of us have experienced and it has a wide variety of sources, from bad cables to electronic noise effecting the signal sent from your onboard audio to defects in your speakers ... and many more reasons. At Hack a Day is a good solution to rid yourself of noise that is caused by the speakers, this guide is specifically aimed at the Corsair SP2200s but could be applied to a wide range of speakers. Follow along with this step by step process to use the headset amp as a pre-amp and clean up your music.
"[Michael Chen] liked the sound he was getting out of these Corsair SP2200 computer speakers, with one big exception. They were giving off some unpleasant crackling sounds. He figured this might be as easy as replacing a faulty potentiometer, but soon found out the fix was going to be more complicated than that. All said and done he ended up reworking the design of the speakers’ amplifier board."
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