The green wire that you put into the computer under the headphones slot, makes a very loud noise when moved. Loud sound coming on and off, when there is movement. When you pull it up it stops, but then goes right back to the sound
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The installation of a volume control will not make the speaker louder, for that you need a speaker amplifier, check the web for them I have one for my headphones, found it on ebay, Check under headphone amps.
Hi this may be stupid answer but can sometimes be the case.
Check the computer is not in a muted state, Make sure the headphones and speakers are in the correct sound port. Make sure you have selected the sound card to use. Make sure the driver is installed for the sound card.
can check the if the sound card driver is installed by going to device
manger and checking if the sound card is listed under the sound,video
and game controls. If the sound card is listed and there is a symbol like an ! mark then it may not be installed right. If
you cant find the sound card in device manager then the computer is not
recognizing the card, so make sure it is in the right PCI slot etc..
u need not worry as by plugging in or out want short anything ,but if he has physicaly damaged some thing then i m sorry, but as u noted that the plug of the sound stick does not seat firmly it may be due to it that the sound not coming . try in some other system , hopefully u would find a way out
On the right stick, there are two metal pieces at the bottom of the stick. The right one is + for volume up, and the left is - for volume down.
Press the + one a few times with your finger as they are touch activated. Be careful though, as it can get loud very quickly. Play some music and set the computer volume to about half way. Then press the + speaker on the right hand side until you are happy with the volume.
UNPLUG YOUR SPEAKER AND REPLACE IT WITH A HEADPHONE, IF THE SOUND IS THE SAME THEN UNINSTALL THE DEVICE [SOUND] AND REINSTALL, IF YOUR HEADPHONE SOUNDS RIGHT, THEN THE PROBLEM IS IN YOUR SPEAKER... PLEASE VOTE FOR MY POSTING
Toward the base of one of the satellite speakers are two chrome finished plates...these are touch volume plus and minus pads! It seems that these units default to low level if not used for some time. Just try touching the + pad!
The built-in speaker amp or the volume switch may be going bad on you. A quick test is to disconnect the speaker set and replace it with a headphone or another working speaker set. If it behaves normally then the problem is in your original speakers, if not then you may have software driver issues or less likely an issue with the sound card. Let us know what you find out.