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Need compac speaker stands

I lost the speaker stands that slide into the slot at the bottom of the speakers when you don't want to mount them to the computer. Can anyone help me find some to purchase. Thanks L.T.

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  • Lindley Krone Dec 06, 2012

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Go to the speaker manufacturer website for a replacement. Ebay.

Posted on Dec 05, 2012

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maybe the plugs going into the back of computer are unhappy..can you do a continuity check on the prime and ground of those?

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1. speakers should be connected to the lime green port at the back of your desktop

2. Go to Control Panel > Sound and Audio Device > Audio Tab and check sound playback device make sure you audio device is selected

3. Reinstall your audio driver, you can download it here:
http://support.dell.com/support/topics/global.aspx/support/downloads/en/downloads_splash?c=us&l=en&s=gen&~mode=popup&file=122481

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The type of speakers you choose for yourself have several factors that come into play:
your location (does your sound have a volume limit such as a noise ordinance in an apartment complex)
What are they being used for (music, games, movies, work, voip chat)
Your music genre preference (heavier bass means you will want an actual bass)
sound quality (are you an audiophile or does sound quality not truly matter to you.)

I got a decent pair of 5.1 surround sound speakers for just under 100$ by logitech, but a buddy of mine purchased a 300 dollar set that shakes his room when he plays FPSs

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SOURCE: my computer lost sound. Audio driver ok. Speaker

check for the Audio Output port for any damage. Make sure the speakers are connected to the Green Output port. Reinstall the Audio drivers if neccessary.Try good known speakers if you have one.

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Well from what you said no device, it was not detected because of your new magic jack. There might be a conflict in your hardware. Try scan plug and play devices if it can detect your jbl or reinstall both you devices.

Posted on Dec 01, 2009

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