Radio feedback in my atlec lansing vs2121 speakers
I get loud raido reception coming from my speakers and they are not even plugged into the computer, just the outlet. How do I get rid of it? I recently moved to another city and I thought the move would solve the problem but it is worse in my new condo.
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theres no on/off button for the subwoofer. once you plugged in the power cable,turn on the speaker system by turning the VOLUME knob on the right satellite until you hear a click sound. An LED will light on the front of the right satellite when the power is ON. if you still dont hear any sound from the sub woofer then check to make sure that all cables are connected properly and are making a clear connection.
If you have ATT cell service, this happens when phones get too close to electronic devices. Move the phone away from devices. And when/if you live near a local radio station, or their antenna....a good chance that electronic devices will act like antennas, thus picking up radio signals.
1) Ensure your speakers are correctly plugged into the back of the PC they should be plugged into a light green port
2) ensure the volume control on the speakers are turning and you have set them to a decent level
3) Click on Start>Control Panel>sounds and audio devices and ensure the volume is up and the volume is not muted
Please try the above
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Looking at the manual
page 3 of the pdf says
Connect the lime green 3.5mm stereo cable (hardwired into the right
satellite) to the lime green input labeled ?FRONT? on your sound card.
So your right speaker should have a cable with a green end that plugs into your standard audio out jack
If you have multiple outputs and don't know which you are set up for, then turn the speakers on and up, put a long song on, and plug that green wire into every jack on the PC!
If you've got no other issues you'll hear something!