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07-01-2008 06:17 AM
I am having the same problem. Only it is bad enough that I will have to return it to Tiger Direct.
I am not able to discern a pattern to when it is happening. It is a vibrating or stuttering sound coming out the of right speaker. At first I thought the disk player was acting up. So i put a software disk in and it worked fine. Putting a music or video disk in starts the sound.
It happens during windows loading, when i play solitaire, when i play a dvd, a cd, stream audio or video.
It is definitely coming from the right speaker.
I reloaded the operating system. No change.
I updated the drivers. No change.
Not seeing any thing here in the boards, so I think I am going to return it.
07-01-2008 08:31 AM
I don't have much experience with laptop speakers, but a lot with car audio. Are the vibrating sounds kind of like what you would get when you put subwoofers in a car? I'm talking about when you stand outside, and the whole car rattles because the panels are not reinforced, making it sound like crap because cars are obviously not made to handle a system. The only way to solve that problem in cars is with dynamat to help reinforce panels in the car, etc. They most likely don't have this for computers, but maybe Lenovo should have made a more sturdy assembly if there was going to be a subwoofer in the laptop.