I'm having the same problem with my speakers, and I'm convinced it's a faulty wire. I've noticed when I wiggle the connections on the back of the speaker the sound comes out intermittently. I'm currently trying to figure out how to open the casing so I can more closely examine the connections inside and hopefully fix the problem permanently.
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Remove the Dell A215 speakers from the box. Place the speakers in your computer
area. The speaker with the volume knob is the right speaker and should
sit to the right of your keyboard. Place the other speaker to the left
of your keyboard.
the left speaker into the right speaker. The left unit has an
orange-brown plug that connects to a similarly colored port on the back
of the right unit. The other end of the cord is fixed to the rear of
the left speaker.
the two-prong end of the power adapter into an electrical outlet. Plug
the other end into the black power port on the back of the right
the main audio cable into your computer. This cable is fixed to the
back of the right speaker and has a green head. Plug the green
connector to the green audio-out port on your computer. This port may
be on the front or back of desktops or on either side of a laptop.
the knob on the right speaker clockwise to turn the speakers on and
increase the volume. Turn it counterclockwise to lower the volume
partially or all the way to turn the speakers off. The speakers should
work automatically on any computer with a sound card.
Let me know if this solved the problem and good luck..
first check that the cabling going to the right speaker is not damaged then see if the plug for the speakers is damaged. if both are fine the speaker can be dissembled by removing the screws in the back or bottom of the unit and then popping them apart
Hello. This is a very frequent case and it is not rare. These speakers usually are not that much of a high quality, so the chances that these speakers (or one of them) will stop working is very high. First of all, to check that hte speaker isn't corrupted, try making sure that all the necessary cables are properly put in their places: Check that the two speakers are connected to each other (usually a cable coming out of the back of the speakers).
Secondly, check that your computer has not muted the right speaker: Go to Start -> Control Panel -> Sound and Audio Devices -> Click "Speaker Volume..." button under the Speaker Settings frame -> Set all volumes to the max (Drag the slider with the mouse to the high right)
If none of the solutions worked, then there's a 99% chance that the right speaker has been corrupted or is malfunctioned. If so, I recommend buying a higher quality set of speakers.
Is speaker Power indicator is working fine ? If not, then u need to repair ur speaker.
If Power is fine then follow the steps : 1. Play any MP3 files in any media player. Did u get any error ? if yes then u need DRIVER for ur sound card. 2. If player plays file, and e\equalizer of player is animated then please check speaker jack(back of ur MotherBoard) 3. If still problem then please check configuration from control panel of your windows.may be volume of speaker is muted
Please check the cord of the speaker if it is inserted at the right socket of your unit, or was the audio driver was installed? check if you see a speaker icon at the task bar. If you see an icon (speaker) maybe the speaker was not activated, double click that speaker icon, then, see if the volume was check, or other options, if none click options, properties, try other options by checking the box.
Thanks hope can solve your problem.
Do you see a little speaker in the lower right hand side or your screen, If so double click it and make sure the volume is up and there is nothing muted. If everything looks ok there write back to me and we can figure it out with a few more questions about what kind of system you have, and OS (Operating system) Let me know and we can fix if this don't work please let me know I am trying to get all the free one I can fix and help for the Holiday. So Have a Happy Holidays