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Hello Check whether th mut function is ON. If it is On, set it OFF. If you cant see any sound from its front speakers, check the speakers first. If they are OK, chech the power amplifier section on the main board for fault.
Since you all ready tested the wiring and speakers, one or more audio output ic packs have shorted and will need to be replaced, you will need a technician to check the extent of repairs that will be required and I suggest an estimate.
Your problem is in between the speakers and your earphone jack but it has a hight chance that the fault is in the earphone jack.
Since when you plug your headseat, sound is coming out, this is an indication that your output IC is working.
When you plug the headset the line will cut-off through your main speaker to hear the sound in the earphone only. But if you unplug the headset the contact will back to the main speaker.
The problem is, the lead is dirty due to dust. You can spray it using the contact cleaner. I will not advice you to spray any penetrating oil but contact cleaner only.
If the symptom is still there then this is the time to replaced the earphone jack with a new one.
Hope it may help you.
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If you have an output function at the back of your mini HIFI then surely you can.What you need is a Dual RCA [from the mini HIFI] to 3.5 mm Stereo Jack [to the PC].
The cable is easily available in the market...go to this site n you'll get the idea http://www.vpi.us/cable-audio.html
Does your sonus system has pre-out? you can directly connect one single rca cable to each output into the speakers. make sure, each speakers is set to left and right each channel. these switches can be found above the rca input of the beolab 8000 next to the power link input. You have to understand that by using powerlink source cable is ideal only for other bang&olufsen equipments......however, there are other options, if u don't have a pre-amp output of your amplifier, you can also modify the speaker out of the amp, thru a conversion cable available from bang & olufsen, with an rca cable left and right channel, without interfering with the powerlink.
I'll need to look up your specific model to be sure, but I believe that the speaker outputs come from an amp pac. The headphones are driven by an opamp IC. The outputs are blown on this. If you can solder, you should be able to repair this. I'll look up the parts required and get back to you.
If your head phone is connected to your system there will be no out put to the speakers. Please remove the head phone and try. If this does not solve your problem then there is a possibility of defective audio output IC.
overload is the unit letting you konw that there is a problem with the speakers,speaker wires (shorted), or most likely that the audio output ic in the unit is bad. typical price on this part is around $15 to $40.00. the part is a little had to get to replace.\