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No sound after seting up new pc replaced speakers with new, speakers tested at place of purchase and still no sound

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  • Anonymous Nov 11, 2008

    t2984 only one speaker works; changed to new pair-same thing.

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Check if the male and female plugs are not defective. Try using a working speaker in another computer. Or try your speaker in another computer.

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