My brother played with my laptop, then all of a sudden the speaker of the laptop produced a chirping sound. The speaker from then on isn't working properly. I tried to set up the speakers and also test what side of the speaker is not working. I noticed that both speakers produced a cracking sound.
What should I do with this, because I'm fun of watching movies through my laptop.
Here are the suggestions, If you are valid with your warranty card then you can fix this from your customer care. This will be better for you .Do not try to fix this by yourself. This is never going to be a better option. if you do not have the validity of your warranty card then you should take it to the shop . but still you can enjoy watching movies by using headset. Thank you very much.
Problem with speaker really frustrates me also if it won't work, I need speaker for video gaming and video streaming the same as you.
I have listed below the steps to fix cracking sounds of speaker and other possible problem resolutions.
* Cracking sound – Mostly problem with cables, has to be plugged in tight and correctly in the right slots. Check cords between the speaker to the computer slots, use different slots if still has crackling sounds. Check the volume configuration and this has to be set to the correct settings.
* 2 Speakers are not working – Check the power cord if it is plugged in to an outlet, surged protector or electrical outlet. Light should lit in the speaker, this indicate that it's on. This has to be plugged-in in the line-out jack either on the back of in front of your computer. Tried both and see where it works, possible problem here is the wire's connector.
* Power is off – Power connector is the solution to this, tried different outlet and see if it light up.
That may be a problem with "PCM", try to slide it a bit low, again you can show up all the channel preferences and try to mess them up a little.turn off the mux and input as well.you can see whether that can help you.
If both speakers create or produce cracking sound, unfortunately, both speakers are probably busted. This happens if the volume is raised too high than what the speakers can support. This can happen if you use an application to boost the level of the sound which multiplies the output several times when raising the volume.
When the volume is raised too high, the diaphragm of the speakers or the fabric or paper cone shatters or breaks. This damages the speakers either one or both speakers. The sound card is not damaged, only the speakers.
If you want to raise the volume that’s higher than normal using an application, connect an external speaker on your computer that can support the output and don’t use the internal speakers to avoid damaging them. This is what happened with my sister’s laptop after I raised the volume too high when watching movies. It shattered the paper cone of both speakers.
In your case, you need to bring the laptop to an authorized service center to get it serviced and replace the speakers.