Turn Signals and Hazard Lights
How do you stop the buzzing noise that occurs when using the turn signals on a 240 DL?
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How do you fix tritton 720 buzzing noise when using xbox 360 wired controller on xbox?
Buzzing noise from light fixture?
A buzzing noise from a standard incandescent lighting fixture can be caused by a short in the lighting circuit (which is dangerous), or in some cases it can happen using a rheostat that is not all the way on or all the way off. The larger the physical size (not necessarily wattage) of the filament, the more likely it is to buzz using a dimmer -- these bulbs are designed for 120 volts, and using a rheostat gives less voltage to the lamp. A tube fluorescent fixture can make a buzzing noise if the ballast (small electrical box inside the fixture) is beginning to fail. Some outdoor fixtures are inherently noisy, such as a sodium arc lamp. In this case, there is really nothing to be done about it.
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Why digital signals better then analog signals?
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What is the technical term for blowing a trombone?
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When you Talk on CSS your Plantronics Gamecom headset only makes a buzzing noise?
According to the instructions on the CSS for the game Counter Strike Force, it says that you should have a sound card with a headset. You don't say which headset you are using. If you are using a wireless one it may be picking up interference, which could cause buzzing. If you are using one that has a sound card then it may have a loose connection when plugged in. Damage to cords and connections are a common liability when it has been used fairly often. If a cord has a loose connection in the wiring somewhere it can cause the buzzing in your ears. If this is still under warranty you will want to get it replaced.
What is a buzzer?
A buzzer is any mechanical, electromechanical, electronic, etc. device designed to produce a buzzing sound or vibration when activated. Some examples are: joy buzzer, a mechanical device used for practical jokes that is held in the palm and activated when the jokester shakes hands, causing an unpleasant vibration in the palm of the victim (shown in image above) electric buzzer, an electromechanical device that produces a buzzing noise and activated by connecting to electrical power piezo buzzer, an electronic device using the vibrations of a flat disk of piezoelectric material to produce a buzzing noise and activated by enabling it controlling electronic circuit
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What portion of the telephone network still depends on analog signals?
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What do you mean by low noise block?
I expect you are referring to the device associated with a satellite antenna. A more complete name for these is low-noise block downconverter. The signals that these antennae receive are weak. An initial stage of the unit provides low-noise amplification that avoids contaminating the signal (with noise). The signals are in a band of frequencies that (a) are not processed by conventional television receivers, and (b) must be conducted using waveguides which would make using these frequencies impractical in homes for this purpose. Therefore, these units include an oscillator and a mixer to convert the satellite band to the television band using the heterodyne principle. These frequencies can be transmitted over more ordinary co-axial cable. The television band signal will usually be further amplified within the block. More information is available from the wikipedia article.