03-02-2011 01:20 AM
Hello everyone. I have Y560 with i5. I bought it 4 month ago and now i have problem with left speaker.Few days ago I saw that the speaker is turning on or off while the right speaker is always on. Example, when I listen to music in winamp (have balance on L=R) is everything OK but after some time i hear left speaker does not work . I was trying use vol to 100% and nothing. Only when I use in Winamp setting (balance L=100% R=0%) after about 4 seconds I hear the noise and it works but... Only for short time. : /
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10-18-2010 04:22 PM
Recently, my computer's speakers have been giving off a buzz/static after my computer has been turned on for a few minutes. Not only does it produce this buzz, but it also lags the audio and video display of anything I watch or listen to. This includes online games I play, Youtube videos, or audio/video files from my own system.
I've read up on a similar problem for the Lenovo y550p on this forum, but the solution that was listed there did not fix my problem. I tried updating drivers and it still does not help.
These are the specs for my system:
Intel i7 processor
Windows 7-64 bit
Current audio driver: 220.127.116.1128 (currently using the driver from the thread about the y550p with the same problem)
11-04-2010 01:02 AM
i bought lenovo ideapad y560 on 2nd november 2010.The left speaker is producing a vibrating sound at low frequencies whereas the right speaker is absolute perfect at those frequencies....what should i do??
11-04-2010 07:45 AM
yep......only left speaker produces that sound and it aint broken.....it doesn't produce that sound all the time....it produces it at some frequencies only......
11-05-2010 04:16 AM