Question about Dell 5650 Computer Speakers
I've had trouble with one set of speakers not working, after some connection issues think I have that right. The PC was jammed against the desk bending the jacks. Consequently pulling out the jacks things were misplaced. Ins to outs, etc. I still have nothing on my woofer output. I'm not sure if something else needs plugged into my sound card. I have a PC connector that is vacant there. I do have a problem with one set of speakers...the volume is loud as soon as it is turned on. In my settings the speaker volumes are set the same and at the 5.1 surround sound option.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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