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I have tried the different refresh rates BenQ FP73E S monitor is happy with, and also downloaded the latest drivers. Any ideas? Nichaedemus Posts: February edited February BenQ FP73E S a troubleshooting step, I would suggest disconnecting the monitor's audio output and using a different set of speakers. Also, are you using a DVI video cable connection? Since posting, I did experiment with the speaker cable, and found that removing it from the monitor does indeed stop the noise. Though I want to be clear the noise is not actually coming from the speakers, or at least it still happens with the speakers muted.
I wonder if there BenQ FP73E S some way to stop that interference happening while still keeping a similar setup? You might try using a different audio cable, in that case.
Better quality audio cables, such as those with gold connectors, do offer a "cleaner" audio signal with reduced interference. Ok I'll try that, thanks. An update: I ordered a cable with gold connectors, but it has not made a BenQ FP73E S. Maybe next I will try the monitor on the VGA connection and see if that makes a difference. I've been experimenting with htpc and 5.
The game Thief really excels when you use BenQ FP73E S good audio system. It sounds like your monitor may not be grounded properly. This could be an electrical BenQ FP73E S. Are you plugged into a 3 prong electrical outlet? Is the outlet really grounded? Is the sound there when you plug in separate speakers just to check? The problem could be coming from the sound plug on the pc. Could be the audio in the game but I doubt that. I am a gamer helping other gamers. It is also possible there is something amiss with the monitor's internal circuitry.
If the monitor is under warranty, it is advised that you have the unit inspected and if necessary, repaired or replaced.
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I am a bit reluctant to blame the monitor, as it was used on my old PC without issue, playing exactly the same games, using the BenQ FP73E S cables and leads. I wonder if there is an issue with the new PC's sound card? A little later: I just tried putting my headphones in the front socket, and they too BenQ FP73E S when I run these same apps.
That means then there is something wrong with my new PC doesn't it? Is the audio issue occurring when using the headphones plugged directly into the new PC?
One thing to BenQ FP73E S for is the audio mixer settings, the Line Volume and Mic Volume in particular. Setting them to mute may help reduce the signal interference.
Inge I have a brand new wide angle HP monitor with built in speakers and my hubby is BenQ FP73E S tech specialist with Speaker systems for all kinds of electronics - nothing made a difference and my monitor is a totally different one than yours - so we just disabled the speakers period and I use my wall mounted mini Boise speaker system and had hubby mount them in my BenQ FP73E S enclosure so I don't have any clutter.
The mini boise are small enough to put any where and the sound is wonderful. What's best is no annoying noises in CAW. Send us a new image. Is this product missing categories?
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