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switch on the speaker system remove the jack connected to your pc.give full volume / off volume, just touch the jack pin from your finger.check the sound is coming. if sounds well your speaker is ok.problem with pc. if not in woffer ic has to be replaced.
depending on the operating system open sound in control panel and select the speakers if they are shown and right click and set to default, ensure the check box for "all devices currently playing sound is ticked" if this isnt working try pluging the speaker into an ipod to ensure theve not popped.
This is pretty easy to troubleshoot. First plug something else into the speakers to make sure they work. (cd player, phone, gameboy ect.). If the speakers don't come on make sure they are getting power. There should be a light on the speakers to varify they are getting power. If the speakers do work when you plugged them into something else, plug them back into the computer and make sure you are plugging them in the right portal. A common mistake is plugging them into the mic jack. Look for a small pair of head phones next to the jack on the back of the computer. Plug them in and go to your volume control on the bottom right of your computer screen. Turn that up. This should fix you problem...if not, you may have an issue with your computer.
Hey bud, are u sure you have a 5.1 channel sound card . if not that is what is not allowing ur speakers to all work ,,, if u do , , then try the speakers on a different PC and if they do the same , it could be faulty.. Hope u come right bud
Re-starting the PC won't do anything for the speakers. The PC can't see them! What it can see is the sound device, card or on-board chip. If you had a previous pair of speakers working on the same connection, it seems unlikely that your sound device is to blame. Try slowly removing and re-inserting the plug a few times whilst some music is playing to see if the sound suddenly comes on. Some of these plugs are not too good at making connection! If this is unsuccessful get back and I will take you thro' proceedure to check your sound device. Ian. P.S. Take it the power light is on the speakers?
First, have to see if all cables conection are fine, 2) check each speakers, to see if all speakers work. 3) use the upmix to 5.1 or 6.1 and see if work, and of course, if your subwofer has this swith or feature.
Hi, this is a particular problem for this speakers, and subwofer, it is a resistor inside the sub, you have to fix it in a repair shop, or ...sadly, change for another model of Creative Speakers, for example one good one is the 7800 Spk. good ones.
but like I say is a problem that creative labs is aware too.
There is a lot problems, arise from this particular hardware, you can RMS your product, Subwofer for a change for other if has warranty, or buy another sub, from any Radio Shack or other store. may be the insider split sound board if bad, or fried.
try any other brand like Sound Blaster Speakers. for 2.1 speakers.