So...I just spent probably a good hour on the phone with Dell...it was a wild goose chace only to find out that I need to call another number Monday to get the information. I suppose yes I could wait until Monday....
But this has been a problem for a long time, and I am not sure if perhaps you might be able to help me out.
And also help me understnd why it's only recording in one speaker.
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Make sure youmhave connected the primer hoses correctly, the shorter of the two connections on the back of the primer ( suction ) goes to the carb, this pulls fuel from the carb, the longer connection dumps fuel back to the tank, if you removed the cylinder end cap, you need to re seal this to the cylinder with instant gasket, also make sure the air tube between the cylinder and carb is correctly seated.
this is not a speaker and subwoofer fault.. sounds like its a problem with the vans engine management computer. the likely cause is a faulty sensor somewhere. or it may just be that there is a fault in the engine...
only real way to tell (without loads of swapping sensors on a wild goose chase) is to take the van to a garage and get it plugged into a diagnostic computer. that should tell you where the fault lies
Probably because your TV does not have a built in speaker amplifier. You'll need to hook up a small amplifier to your speakers. Hook up audio cables to the TV AUDIO OUTPUT and then to the INPUT of the amplifier. Hook the speakers up to the AUDIO OUT or SPEAKERS OUT on the amplifier. Probaly have to take a trip to a place like Radio Shack to get the correct cables.... Good Luck.
Get the real company name, URL, phone number and software and search for it on isohunt. If you can't contact the company or its successor and it's not on isohunt, you were on a wild goose chase anyhow.
The speakers are not the sound device, the sound card is. You ust select the sound device that is installed in the computer. If you PC is a Dell, go to Support.dell.com and enter your service tag in the downloads section. download the latest audio driver for your PC and it should reset everything to the correct parameters.
It should be having onboard sound card, check from Bio's setup whether the Audio is ON. also check in control panel sound and media devices and check the volume maybe it's very very low or on mute. Also try with other speakers
what really matters is the quality of the usb speakers. check specifications such as wattage first and find reviews if possible. however usb speakers will probably not come close to separate speakers. i'd recommend buying a cheap sound card ($20 or so). these work great overall. $20 spent on a sound card will be a better trade off than $20 spent on speakers. just use your old speakers with the new sound card and you'll have plenty of power. after this i'd recommend headphones as they work great in this case. finally moving the sound card would probably work fine, but i have doubts.