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Problem with the K790

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Alright, so I had my Sony Ericsson K790 sitting on my desk at school...
then a classmate comes along and accidentally knocks it down to a 3 feet fall.
Now ever since, my ear-part speakers generate a "fuzzy" almost tinny sound whenever I receive a call
Any suggestions as to how I could fix this?
post #2 of 5
it's called EMI (electromagnetic interference) and it's 100% normal. That is unless you had EMI shielding and the fall cracked the EMI shield.

Edit: The noise your hearing sounds like this i'm assuming, minus the buzzing of the razor.


Edit: this one is a better example:
Edit: or are you talking about, in general, no matter where you are, the phone makes a funny noise?
Edited by theCanadian - 12/18/08 at 9:32pm
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post #3 of 5
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Ah, I am not talking about that =P
I mean my phone's internal speaker
My phone speaker itself generates an odd buzzing noise when someone talks on the other end.
The sound is comparable to the type of sound you get when you turn the speakers too loud and it gets tinny and muffled, or as if something was vibrating against the speaker

I'm 90% sure it was cause by the fall. Something or other must have broke inside =/
thanks for trying to help
post #4 of 5
Uh... sounds like a ruptured diaphragm.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by theCanadian View Post
Uh... sounds like a ruptured diaphragm.
Guess I'll need parts to fix it then =/
Anyways thanks
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