Question about Audio & Video Receivers
If your speakers are powered speakers i.e. they plug into a wall outlet\has a red power LED etc...then unplug the input wire from your computer. Turn the volume all the way up on the speakers. This'll sound silly but it works. Lick the tip of your finger and tap the input wire tip with your wet finger. You will hear a "Pop" come from the speakers every time you touch the input wire to the speakers. This tells you the speakers are working and your computer is to blame. Good luck!!
Posted on Oct 03, 2008
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