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Speakers not working

I can connect and reconnect to a diffrent computer ans get some of the speakers on and sometimes all, they all connect to bass speaker. I usually loose center speakers. Product is Creative Inspire P7800 All single speakers work indivually when connected to another system except when connected to bass speaker

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  • dago4u2c Jan 17, 2009

    i just wanna know where the black/green/orange connectors go in back of pc

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    Not 25 words to say. The speakers work fine, just tinny with out the Bass. I just quit working. I have Windows 7 PRO 64 bit.

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The black/green/orange connectors go into the corresponding color ports in the back of the computer, but you computer have to be able to support 7.1 or at least 5.1 audio. If it can't you can buy a separate sound card from Creative that does.

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