Question about Logitech X-240 Computer Speakers
I have some SBS340 Speakers to hook up to my EMachine Computer and I can not get any sound. Can you please advise me of what the problem could possibly be.
I have a emachine and someone has deleted the audio for the speakers
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
Assuming that the sound is working in the computer and the SBS340 speakers are multi-media (with their own amplifier and power supply), plug the MINI stereo plug into the "green" jack (3 jacks in a row) on back of computer. Turn on the speaker switch and turn up volume about 1/3rd on the speaker. Then look for the electronic volume control (lower right corner next to the clock---will be a tiny speaker icon) , click on it and slide it up approx 1/8th to 1/4 the range. You will have to have some email or program that can supply some audio to see if it works. I have a MIDI file with gobs of numbers that I can call on.. If there is something wrong with the system, that's another story.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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