The odd plug coming out of the speakers is to connect to a power adapter to power the speakers, the other is to plug into the output plug of your sound card. Normally this is color-coded on the back of the computer in a light green colour.
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you need the the satellite speakers hooked up in order for the sub to work. its not a standalone sub the volume control knob on the satellite speaker is what powers on the sub. i have extra speakers i wish i could give you cuz my sub just blew out.
Usually you will plug the little speakers into the big speaker, and then plug your big speaker into the computer - usually the green plug in on the back of the computer. It might also be a USB plug. If it is a USB plug, then you will have to download a driver from the companys website for that specific model - usually found in the Support section. After you install, you might have to reboot your computer.
Also, make sure you plug the power for the speakers into the wall and turn on any power buttons. Some speakers have a volume control on them. Make sure this is turned up and then make sure your computer volume is turned up (check this through: Control Panel > Sound and look at the levels and settings there. Also, under playback devices make sure that your speaker jack you have them pluged into is set as the default.
check for the power button is on behind the woofer or speaker,if ur speakers does not have switch hten select the volume control optin and click the properties and check the sounds by clicking the speaker images in that window.if u have problem again,askme through fixya again.
You have to look in the back, and down where the lan are, is the 5.1 sound card, you have some inputs there, I dunno what brand of speakers you have, but commonly you have to put according with colors, green, black, orange, or if you have only 2 speakers, just put on the black or green output. turn up the volume in control panel, and see if not on mute. good luck