I recently noticed that one speaker has stop playing anything. I don't think the speaker itself is broken because when i plugged it into a different port it produced sound. I'm not quite sure what has happened but i do think it has something to do maybe with the cables? or the specific port on the subwoofer? i haven't made any changes to my whole set up so i dont think that is an issue either. Has this happened to anyone else and can someone please help me. any ideas are appreciated.
note. system is maybe a year and a half old. i keep it under my desk. its not really dusty or anything. no damage has happened to it. i have it connected to my 360 and also use it to play music from my ipod.
If you have used the same cable to plug it in a different port, then i would say it is not the cable. it's more of a port issue or it's just that the sound card does not send a signal to that channel anymore. try using your unit on other sound systems and see if you get the same result. or you can set your pc to run on 2 channel mode only to test if the two speakers (L front and L rear, in this example) can produce the sound on the left channel (you do the same for the right, obvioulsy). if that still exibits the same symptoms, then it is definitely a port issue.
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First we need to check if we rightfully plug the speaker in it,s rightful socket at the back of your computer. There are three sockets one is for the mic the other one is for the speaker and lastly the input socket. the green socket is it's rightful place. So now we can proceed, make sure that you have a proper sound driver for your computer. If it is still not installed, we really cannot hear anything from the speaker that we just plug in. Try to re-install your motherboard drivers, especially the sound driver for *********** board. If you don't have an installation disk, then try to buy or acquire a driver magician installation disk it is available at any software stores. After you installed driver magician, it will automatically detect any missing drivers that your motherboard needs. Try downloading each one by pressing download and driver magician will automatically search the web and download it for you. All you got to do is install them. I respectfully hope that this would solve your problems. Have a nice day friend.
Mine did the same thing then I found the solution by accident. After reading a post about moving the sub to different positions and making sure connections were tight to the sub , I loosened the right speaker connection screws to the sub and noticed the humming stopped completely . I know it sounds crazy but it worked for me.
Hi, This could just be a sign that your Speaker system is wearing out , and done its due...Also have you had any Power Failures or surge's Lately , if so then it could of damaged the Speakers aswell.. Hope you come right bud Happy new year
Swap the inputs around see what happens
Whether or not the out put is 2.1 or 5.1 has to be the nature of the signal going into the master unit
So have you got the sound card set up right- check sound card software.
Also check the Computer MoBo manual is there a BIOS setting that needs changing?
Also contact the makers website Tech Help if the manual is of no help.
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