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Your "line in" from speakers should be plugged into the green (output) port on the back of your tower or the headphone jack on laptop. You will need to hook the 9 pin connector from the right speaker to the subwoofer. The yellow line from left speaker plugs into port labled "subwoofer" on subwoofer. Plug your power cord from speaker system into an outlet. Turn them on, adjust volume. There is no software for this product.
check were the speakers are installed for pre existing wiring they probly left it there.. if not then you will have to run speaker wire from your stereo wiring harness to your speakers. if the speakers were hooked up to the amp then the wire in the harness should be vacant and you can use it if all the wires are connected then that means that you just have to find were that wire leads and hook your speakers up to it.
Make sure the speakers are hooked up properly and also that the sound card drivers are installed, you can verify this by going into the device manager. The main speaker wire has to be hooked up to the output of the computer sound card.
If the sound card drivers are installed and the speakers are hooked up properly and your still not getting sound, try the speakers on another computer that you know has sound. If the speakers work then its a sound card driver issue on the original computer. If the speakers don't work on another computer then you know the speakers are bad.
Check to make sure that your drivers are installed to your computer.
Access the drivers for your soundcard. These will be included with the soundcard on the installation CD-ROM. If the CD is no longer available, visit the soundcard manufacturer's website to download the correct drivers. Ensure that you select drivers specifically made for your model of soundcard and that the drivers are specific to the operating system. The download site will list the driver details. If the soundcard came pre-installed on the computer, drivers can also be obtained from the manufacturer's site.
Begin the process of installation. If installing from a CD, insert the CD and follow the installation prompts. If installing from a downloaded program, extract the files to a temporary location on your hard drive. Run the Start, Install or .exe file associated with the driver to begin the installation.
Click "Next" to start the installation. You may have to accept a terms-of-use agreement to install the drivers. Once the wizard has finished, it will display a message saying that installation is complete. If the wizard doesn't restart the computer automatically, reboot it yourself to ensure that the soundcard is configured properly.
You'd be better off hooking the speakers to the RECEIVER'S speaker outputs, THEN hooking your TV audio output to an unused receiver input, such as AUX. The signals from your receiver cannot reach the TV; thus your CD player and radio will not play through the speakers if the speakers are hooked to the TV. All receiver INPUTS are designed to accept the same signal level; thus, you can use any input for your TV audio, such as Aux, DVD, CD, etc. Just remember which input you're using for the TV audio, and everything should work fine. Almost all receivers have an AUX input; hopefully yours also has a dedicated CD input to avoid confusion. The you simply select the AUX input to hear your TV through the speakers.