I just had to re connect my computer due to furniture moving. i kept checking the speaker cables ove and over and found no problem. not a sausage! if some one could help me figure this out i would really appriciate it!
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Have you connected the Left speaker to the right speaker using the supplied cable? If not, connect the cable to the socket on the back of the right speaker labelled "to left speaker" and on the left speaker, to the socket labelled "from right speaker" If this still doesn't solve the problem, try swapping the input cables (put the white plug in the red socket and vice versa) to see if this makes the left speaker produce sound, if it does, check the connection at the source to check the plug(s) are in all the way. If there is still no sound in the left speaker, unplug everything and do the following: connect the left and right speakers with the supplied phono lead (Probably black) between sockets labelled "to left speaker" and "from right speaker" then connect the source to any of the inputs on the back of the right speaker (ensure if using the red and white phono inputs that both are connected) finally plug in power source. Hope this helps
Establishing computer speakers includes networking to the devices from where media from be derived either as computers stereos of media players. First, the speakers require connection established between each component sound producing device that has an impression in generation capacity. Second, the speaker device have a box usually the woofer as central area with power cuicuit features. Connectable cables are power cuicuit related expected to extend from the woofer to the power outlet. Also, the woofer board would require as last connectivity, the cable attacchment to the devices that produce sound either as stereo music medis players, digital media displayers among mentionable media devices.
Make sure your speakers are correctly connected to your computer.
On your speakers, find the cable that plugs into your computer. Make sure that the speaker cable is plugged into the speakers and the correct jack on the computer. For example, if the cable is a 1/8 inch cable, there should be a round jack for it on the back of the computer. If it is a USB cable, it will plug into any USB port on your computer.
If the music in your library skips or the audio breaks up when you play it inWindows Media Player, there might be a problem with the audio driver installed on your computer. Typically, this type of problem only occurs toward the end of songs (in the last 20 seconds or so).
In some cases, you can work around the problem by disabling optional speaker effects that are collectively known as enhancements. If disabling speaker effects solves the problem, you might need to update your audio driver.
Very doubtful that hum issue is ground potential difference from multiple power outlets as power cord is not grounding type (it is transformer isolated). I do agree that it is good practice to connect all audio equipment to common power strip though, especially with pro sound. Check the audio cords connecting your speakers to the coumputer sound card: 1) Make sure they are connected to the correct jacks and plugged in all the way, 2) wipe the connectors off with a clean paper towel wetted with a smidge of WD-40, 3) replace cords if all else fails. I have also seen solder joints fail on the power supply capacitors (due to vibration) causing hum -- but leave this repair to an electronics technician due to dangerous voltages.
This MIGHT be typical digitizing noise that can occur with a digital effects processor when the signal level is too LOW. The signal gets down in the noise because it only uses a few bits of data which means LOW resolution in the effects processing.
Make sure your guitar is producing the level required by the vocalist.
Weak battery in amped guitar is common...REMEMBER always send the signal between devices at least at half the max volume to keep a decent signal-to-noise ratio.
ALWAYS use instrument grade cables between the devices and speaker cables for speakers... NEVER use the incorrect ones for either of these functions. They should be labelled.
I had the same problem: speakers worked, but clicked whenever they were on. They are actually Compaq speakers connected to a Dell computer. I solved the problem by moving the speakers about 12 inches farther away from my wireless router. Very easy!