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No Sound I have an ancient computer also with the Digital BA735 Boston system & I have the power supply, or the one that plugs into the bass speaker, but it looks as if I have lost something that plugs into the back of one of the smaller speakers that controls low-high & the volume. Could you help me in finding what it is & how do I go about getting one--my computer has no sound.

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  • tutentara Nov 12, 2008

    Detail of the speaker is: about 3"x4" in size & it is the small speaker that has the cord that plugs into the tower of the computer. It has two different knobs on the front of it--the left knob controls volume & the right knob shows lo-high. It is also a Boston speaker. Is there anything else you may need to know?

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Hi!!!

explain the detail of your speaker!!

or try to look in the surplus center or
in the electronic shop near you if availabe

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Give me details on the computer model first.

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    Ginko Nov 12, 2008

    If you have a PC or a laptop, unless you installed a special audio adapter, the only cable that you plug from speakers and audio system into the computer is the audio jack that goes in the green audio out jack socke on computer.

    If there is no sound probably is because the audio drivers have failed, and must be reinstalled.

    Try plugging into the computer an headphone set, or spare speakers, to test if you get any sound coming from the computer.

    If there is no souund on headphones, then you need to reinstall computer audio cable.

    If there is sound on headphones, but no sound on audio system, then you need to check cables, probably the main audio cable to the subwoofer unit is defective.

    Do the test first, and eventually let me know computer model.

    Thanks.


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