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I plugged in a pair of polk audio speakers no sound i tried a pair of sony powered speakers mod srs-m30 still no sound
Cunect to the speaker go to the settings and cleack sound releted seting mention the which you have name speakers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dell GX280 speaker problem..??
I have no idea why, but for some reason those speakers only work with the computer they came with.
We had the same speakers and decided to use them on yet another HP desktop. We can barely hear anything out of them...
My recommendation is to get a new speaker setup which has volume control separate from the keyboard. You can find a multitude of speakers at a great price here. Once the page loads use the menu to go to Computer Hardware>Speakers & Headsets.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
Speakers are pretty much universal. Plug them in, and connect the audio cable to the green receptacle on the computer.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
If you're using Windows XP, go to the Control Panel, then double-click on Sound, then go to the Audio tab and make sure the playback device is set to your Realtek output.
If you're using Windows Vista, go to Control Panel and click on Hardware and Sound, then click on Sound. Make sure your Realtek device is selected with a green check mark. If it isn't, just click on it and then click the Set as Default button down below. Vista sound configuration is kinda quirky, and it does do some kind of detection when you plug a cable into an audio jack, so you might leave this screen up while you plug your speakers into the green audio jack in the sound card and see if it pops anything weird up.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
Thank you for your query
The sound issue could be down to several issues
Please try the following
1) Ensure that the speakers are plugged into the right port the port at the back of the Pc will be a light green colour and on closer inspection will have this symbol >))
2) If it is in the right port click on the following Start>Control Panel>Sounds and Audio Devices. In here ensure that the volume is not muted
I believe 1 of these 2 should cure the problem
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Posted on Feb 14, 2010
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