Question Edifier S530D Buzzing sound and other weirdness

Sep 30, 2021
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Hello,

I own an Edifier S530D which recently started making a very loud buzzing sound when I turn them on and after like 10 minutes the buzzing sound gets a little quieter, but still VERY noticable and stays until I either turn the speakers off or disconnect the satellites.
The regular audio is still played no issues. The sound is coming from both satelites at an equal level, NOT from the subwoofer.
Currently im using optical cable to connect to my computer, but the buzzing sound still happens even if its not connected at all.
When I switch the inputs on the remote control thing to something NOT connected the audio from optical cable in my computer is still played but quieter
Last but not least when I turn the volume to 0 audio is still played very quietly. You can have a listen to the buzzing sound its making here: https://vocaroo.com/1d3K6wCuKYBG


Any help fixing those issues would be greatly appreciated
 

hang-the-9

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It's probably from the power unit, this video is probably a similar thing as to what is happening and how it was repaired
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7NveHRgYsI

I found this when I had the same issue with my M-Audio speakers but just ended up tossing them instead of repairing since they also ended up not even turning on anymore by the time I got around to looking at them.

Did you do anything to check on this already? Check the wires to the speakers, move the speakers to another room and power outlet?
 
Sep 30, 2021
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Thanks alot, will check the video out.

I did move the speakers to a different room and power outlet already, which did not have any effect. I did not change the wires to the speakers because both speakers started to buzz at the same time. Would be very unlikely for both wires to break the exact same moment I think :D

Edit: Watched the video, ill disassemble it tmorrow and see if I can find anything that looks blown in there. If my issue is similar Ill probably toss them aswell since I dont own a soldering iron and have 0 clue about voltages and whatnot.
 
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