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So first off this speakers are amazing for the price!

But the sub on it is too high even on its lowest setting, not for me i love it. But for my parents and my house. And sometimes when i am watching a TV show or listening to music, when the bass gets low my sub tends to make this buzzing noise. This started happening recently, and i was thinking that maybe it is just because it is sitting on carpet. So i was thinking of cutting out a piece of wood and placing it underneath the sub.

Can anyone interpret the reason that it does this buzzing sound.
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I had a buzzing noise coming from mine a while back. Turns out the sub was rattling a clipboard I had next to my desk. I moved it and it helped, but there was still some buzzing. I had it half-on the carpet and half-off. The buzzing went away when it was fully on either of the two.

Try switching the matrix settings or the 5.1/4/2.1 settings based on what you're watching. When I'm watching TV, I know I have to do 4 (or is it 4.1? whatever the middle one is) and have matrix off to prevent any distortion.

EDIT: Also, balance the volume levels from the source and the speakers. If the source is too low and the speakers are too high, you'll get a lot of buzzing. Try lowering the speakers and upping the TV/PC volume.
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EDIT: Also, balance the volume levels from the source and the speakers. If the source is too low and the speakers are too high, you'll get a lot of buzzing. Try lowering the speakers and upping the TV/PC volume.
that worked perfectly! thanks so much +
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