Question about Cyber Acoustics CA-2016 Computer Speakers
My speakers have sound coming from them, but the sound I hear is greatly distorted. This problem happens on and off, more often than not. Sometimes when I unhook the speakers for a while and rehook them, I can hear the sound just fine but that's very rare. I've checked the connection between the speaker and my computer multiple times, making sure it's properly connected. I've even gone as far as to find the manual and read it. Nothing in there gives advice about speaker distortion.
SOURCE: Speaker has sound when powered .
Hi , open the control panel /select to classic view,select add hardware to locate some drivers cyber acoustics speaker just follow the instruction to connect the speaker.
check also the device maneger the connection of the device.
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
SOURCE: connect speakers to laptop
If the speaker you want to connect is from other devices(not a computer speaker )then you need an amplifier .Connect the speaker to the amp. then connect the laptop(output) to amplifier (input)the cable you need is "dual RCA male to 3.5mm male audio" .here is the link to view the cable that you need.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Realtek CA-4100
1.Check the speakers to make sure they are turned on and have power. A red or green LED should be lit on the front of the controlling speaker. Regardless if the light is on or not, disconnect the speaker power adapter from the wall outlet or surge protector for 1 minute, and then plug it back in. If no power is received, then try a different wall jack. If you have power, test for sound.
2.Make sure the cables between the speakers or from the speaker to the subwoofer are connected correctly and fully seated into the back of the speaker that is not working (some click twice before they are all the way in). Also, make sure that the analog or digital speaker is connected to the same type of analog or digital connection on the sound card.
3.If you added hardware or software to your computer immediately before the issue started, remove the added hardware or software. Be sure to turn off the computer before removing hardware.
4.Try playing other sounds, such as Windows sounds, music files, or an audio CD. Does the sound difficulty occur in more than one program? If not, check the program options for any sound-related settings, such as volume and audio card selection
5.Make sure the Mixer Control volumes are set to 3/4 volume and are not muted. Analog or digital can be set in the Mixer Controls, depending on the type of sound card and speakers used.
6.Connect a set of headphones to the analog output of the sound card to ensure the sound card is working properly (typically the green audio jack). This only works if your sound card is in analog mode
7.Connect the speakers to a portable CD player or radio that has the same type of connection that the speakers use. This will test if the speakers are working properly
Click here to download the instructions manual for Realtek CA-4100
Posted on Aug 22, 2011
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