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No sound coming out of speaker, but headphone jack works!

I don't know what's wrong, but I set up my system correctly, and stick on some music. But I can't hear anything coming out of the speakers. If I plug in my headphones (to the jack on the right front speaker), the sound comes out of the headphones. So - Signal is being sent from computer. - Won't come out of speakers/sub. Please help me!

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    Alex Molina Jan 22, 2009

    when i plug-in my headphone jack in front of headphone jack thing...the sound works fine, but when i plug-out the headphones jack no sound ever comes on my computer speaker...its annoying!...please help!!!!

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    Alex Molina Jan 22, 2009

    when i connect my headphone jack in front of my pc..it works fine...but when i plug-out the headphones jack from my pc...no sound ever comes out from my speakers...even though i check my sound property and it says that its working properly...please help!!!!!!

  • NISMO8U Feb 20, 2009

    i have no sound from my speakers and sub but the headphone jack works on the speaker, also same thing when i plug it into my ipod so nothing to do with settings something in my altec langsing speakers i thingk

  • sneaky60 Feb 23, 2009

    Speakers and subwoofer don't work. Sound comes from headphone jack on right speaker.


    Everything is connected properly and have tried switching speakers around on the back of the subwoofer.

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Hi, I had the same exact problem. The speakers wouldn't work but sound came out of the headphone jack. 
To fix my problem, i opened up the subwoofer unit and checked the fuse on the circuit board which seemed fine. Then i had a look at the wiring on the other side of the circuit board and noticed one of the wiring had fried leaving a gap in the connection and exposing the copper wiring. So i just soldered the two bits of wire together. Works fine now!  I just had to be careful when i finished soldering that the exposed wire wouldn't touch any of the other connections. I insulated the wires with a glue gun to keep it all in place.
hope this helps.

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Hae bud... this is a bit ov a late reply... buh yeai jst had the same problem wif ma toshiba satellite laptop... the sound wouldplay perfectly fine through headphones but then when unpluged i had no sound... buh erm its a easy fix... i went 2 the toshiba homepage and downloaded the latest bios driver... for my model.. and now it wrks fine... the other thing you could try iv the bios update dnt wrk is.... "uninstall yr sound driver... and downloaded the latest sound driver for your aptop model... and install it via DEVICE MANAGER!" well thats all i got hpe it wrks :}

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It has to be your connections check them again paing more attention on the speaker connections and wither they link to the computer correctly. If it comes out one but doesn't the other then somethings wrong inside. Check this out use one only speaker for each connection at the back then isolate them indivdually in other words if one socket works then check to see if the other works keep the sound running when you test. if you isolate all sockets then conect the speakers up again only using a different pattern.

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