Windows 10: Speaker issues

Discus and support Speaker issues in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; This might not have anything to do with the Windows 10 installation, but i noticed that my speakers suddenly have been heating up really fast. In fact... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by blackbirdabhi, Aug 16, 2015.

  1. Speaker issues


    This might not have anything to do with the Windows 10 installation, but i noticed that my speakers suddenly have been heating up really fast. In fact they heat up so much that ash smell comes from them. Anyone facing similar issues?

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    blackbirdabhi, Aug 16, 2015
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  2. G.Ilex Win User

    speaker issue

    Again, a little bit more detailed information on your issue would be nice.

    With more details on your issue better help can be provided
     
    G.Ilex, Aug 16, 2015
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  3. Speaker issue

    First thing I would do is go into Device Manager and uninstall the audio driver. Then reboot the PC and allow it to reinstall the driver. To do this right click start menu Windows icon, open Device Manager and find audio drivers. Select and choose to remove
    driver and also click delete driver on machine. Reboot PC and allow Windows to install drivers. I have heard some audio issues upgrading to Fall Creator but you appear to still be on Creator. So not sure why your having audio issues, unless you received a
    new driver update to work with Fall Creator? If you still don't have audio after doing the above tasks. I would then go to PC makers drivers updates for your PC and download latest driver. If then you still have no audio you have to then consider your PC may
    have a hardware issues that requires repair.
     
    jescott418, Aug 16, 2015
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  4. Harpert Win User

    Speaker issues

    There might be a number of reasons, but the most obvious one is that the power is not of a correct voltage or there is a "short"
    The amount of information given is not enough for me to analyze the issue well enough.

    1: does it heat up only when connected to your PC?
    2: how are the speakers powered? through USB or AC (wall socket)

    Good luck
     
    Harpert, Aug 16, 2015
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  5. Thanks for the response. The speakers are connected via AC. They heat up only when connected to the PC. Additional info just in case, I have either a NVIDIA High definition audio card or a REALTEK Audio card. Not too sure which one since both appear in my Device Manager.
     
    blackbirdabhi, Apr 5, 2018
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