Hey, I just got my new speaker set. After I plugged everything up I turned the power on the right speaker (one with the little power dial) and nothing, no light, no sound nothing. Its as if there isnt any power going to the speakers. Can someone please help me.. A few things to know.:
1) Im in the Uk and yes the voltage etc is all correct, got it from a amazon.co.uk
2) I tested my old creative inspire 2.1 set right speaker (power dial) as I know it works, but again no power.. Thus I can assume that the right speaker itself isnt the problem.
3) The adapter becomes hot when plugged in..just like it normally should.
Am I missing something? a on button or something silly?
Please could I get some advice.
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Hi Angela, first find the green plug and connect it in to your headphone inlet (if you are using a laptop, it usually comes on its right side of, if you are using a desktop, then it could come on its back). Plug each little speaker in to the red and white plugs located at back of the largest box/speaker. Set your speakers control next to you, plug the power cord, turn on your speakers systems, adjust volume at middle turn on your computer... And enjoy it!
If the power light on the speakers isn't on, then the power supply going to the speakers is either in a bad outlet (test the outlet with a voltage meter) or the plug isn't firmly seated. Best of luck in your new home and hope this solves your problem. Greg