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Durabrand 2.0 CH USB Speaker System

Speakers for my PC. There are really no instructions other than plug in to audio output jack and USB. I did that...but no sound! 3" 4 ohm full range driver. Frequency response: 120Hz ~ 20KHz

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Try this, go to control panel and double click Sounds and Audio Devices. Then click advanced, under speaker settings and make sure your settings are desktop speakers. Also, in control panel, click Sound Effect Manager and do a speaker test. This should help.

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

  • Bill Batross
    Bill Batross Jan 22, 2009

    If the solution that I gave you, didn't exactly work, try another USB port. Because, the way you are describing, the USB port supplies power to the speakers and possibly that particular USB port, doesn't have the power, to run your speakers. There is also an adapter, that you can purchase, that plugs into the USB port and then into a circular, green, six prong connection, behind your computer.

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