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no it is not normal. Did you plug in the 3.5 mm plug into the headphone or speaker out port ? The Usb cable just powers the speakers. Check computer has both left and right speakers volume set correctly . Check the speaker icon right click on it . Check
Mixer and volume control .
Are you plugging the external speakers into the right port? Try plugging them into the Headphone port if there is no external speaker port. Make sure you have the external speakers turned on and the volume turned up. Also make sure you have the software in the computer to have the volume turned up and not muted. Check the audio sound properties and make sure the volume is turned up and not on mute.
Click Start/Control Panel then look for Audio or Sound and check the volume.
You can also click the megaphone at the bottom right near the time to adjust the volume and check for mute.
Check you have not accidently muted the sound on the desktop icon ( speaker icon) Check the (green?) line connector is plugged into the correct port on the sound card or chip Check that the audio driver appears in the sounds tab in the control panel (double click sound icon)
If the driver is missing, re-install it
Also while in there, check the tabs for the volumr mixer etc and see volume is set at max for line out
If those steps fail, check the speakers are getting power and the indicator light is on
Finally, test the soundcard with another speaker, or use headphones if no speakers available
1. Try looking in the taskbar of the Windows screen and selecting the volume control ( a speaker icon) check the mixer see if the volume is not muted or in the "0" position 2.Check the "input port on the sound card where you connected the new speaker assembly. 3. Check the volume control knob on the speaker assembly to see if it is not in the off or lowest volume position. 4. Check the new speaker by connecting them to another computer that has the sound already on and working this will let you know that the speaker assembly is good. 6. check the sound card drivers to the internal sound card that is on the mother board if this is where your sound card is located. Use the "manager" to see if it is working properly. If not then do a "reinstall of the sound card drivers or use the "update feature in the hardware window for the sound card to install the latest version of sound card drivers. I hope this helps. Have a great day!
When you plug in headphones, very often they get accepted automatically and the sound port changes in the OS accordingly as well. But when you unplug them again, it happens quite often that the OS is not switching it over on its own (even still happens in win 7). Just go into the volume mixer panel/options and change the output back to the port of your speakers.
Make sure the speaker volume is turned up and also go into Control Panel, Sounds and make sure nothing is muted and all volumes are turned up. Also make sure the speakers are plugged into the sound jack in the back of the pc. The speakers also need power but since the light is on, it sounds like they are plugged in.