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Make sure all wall and power outlet switches are on and that all
switches for your speaker system are on. Cycle the power switch.(switch
is located on the back of the subwoofer) Check power LED on left and
right speakers. Is the LED on? If not, power is not getting to your
speaker system. Make sure the power cord is plugged into an electrical
2. Ensure that the speaker input jack is pushed all the way into the
appropriate jack. Check all the connections and secure them.
3. Check the connection to the soundcard. Make sure it is connected to
the proper jack. This varies from each soundcard manufacturer. (Please
refer to your soundcard manual.)
4. Your volume settings are too low or muted. Increase your volume by
pressing the + key located on top of the right satellite. You can also
check your volume through the volume control located in the taskbar. To
mute and unmute the speakers, press the + and - controls at the same
the part that is for your problem This
is an indication that the satellite speakers are not plugged in all the
way to the subwoofer. You will hear a slight "snap" sound if they are
plugged in all the way. The inputs are color coded and shape coded
(triangle and square). Make sure they are aligned properly.
Check the power-connector on the speaker for the rating:
* AC versus DC
* 4.5 versus 5 versus 9 versus 12 versus 18 volts
* 0.5 versus 1.0 versus 1.5 amps
* pole-negative-ring-positive versus pole-positive-ring-negative
Try the local "Thrift Stores", once you have the specifications. You may get the correct suppy for less than $5.
So the power supply is internal then? If so that's the culprit, see if there is a fuse or a mini berakes you can change, if the wires ar ok and not broken the power module is to blame it will need replacing
Audio in is an auxillary imput. Your speakers should be plugged into audio out. Check the power supply to your speakers. Enter Control Panel > System> and Device manager and make sure your audio drivers are working. Also enter Control Panel > Sound and Audio Devices and check the box that says "Place volume icon in the taskbar then open the volume control and make sure none of them are muted and that your volume levels are high. You can then click on the sounds tab and choose one of the sounds and hit the test button to check your speakers. Hope this helps. If all else fails check your speakers on someone else's computer.