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Did you have this speaker AND the device that drives it connected to the same power source? If run by a mixer you MUST run a power extension from the same place your powered speakers are powered to the mixer. Ground bounce due to wiring in a building can destroy input circuits due to ground faults and static discharges. ALWAYS use balanced lines either XLR or TRS cables to interconnect the audio.
Also verify your power receptacle is properly wired. Carry one of those plugs with the indicators showing receptacle is wired correctly. Don't plug anything in until you verify it. Some venues are noted as having bad electical service.
Let your speaker sit for a minute and repower it... sometimes they have a lockout that takes time to reset.
Do you mean speaker or front panel audio? The front panel audio connector is located at the rear of the board, behind the PCI connectors - the speaker connections are in the panel connector block (2x10 pin header) located at the front left of the board.
With the board in it's normal position, the speaker pins are on the right hand side of that block, on the pin nearest the front and the one 3 positions behind that
<back of board>
| HD LED + | | Power LED +
| HD LED - | |
| | | Power LED -
| | |
| | |
| Power SW | |
| Power SW | | Speaker
| | |
| Reset SW | |
| Reset SW | | Speaker
Front of board
All motherboards have a print beside the pins,
"pwr s" =powerswitch, "HDDled" red light on front, rst = reset switch [not allways used] "pwr led" Green led, the case wires are usualy marked on the plug ends with the same ,
"hdd" "reset" and so on. The power switch will work both way's around however the led lights wont. You will not hurt anything if they are the wrong way around, they just wont work so if you dont get lights just reverse the polarity.
If by chance the case wires do not have labels the just trace them to the case front panel and plug them into the corresponding board pins.
With the power on cross the pins with a slide on connector. When it fires on you know which one is the sw. When you cross the reset it will restart. When you try the HD the light will come on during HD activity. And the power light will work when you have the power light plugged. It isn't to hard. Just be careful.