The inputs r colored coated, but only 3 speakers work. I Tried switching the plugs, but that did"nt work either. I"m going crazy, i need my sound. I GET SOUND FROM THE SUB WOOFER, CONTROL SPEAKER, and what ever speaker i plug into the WHITE speaker input. I need your help.
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Two audio input cables are supplied with the speakers. If your
computer has a stereo mini jack, use the cable with a stereo mini
plug. Otherwise, use the cable with RCA plugs on both ends.
Match the colors on the connectors to the colors on the jacks, red
to red and white to white.
The speaker cable is already attached at one end to the accessory
speaker. Plug the other end into the TO ACCESSORY SPEAKER
jack on the powered speaker.
1. Connect one end of the audio input cable to AUDIO INPUTS A.
2. Connect the other end to your computer's AUDIO OUTPUT jack.
We recommend using LINE OUT if your computer sound card
offers more than one option.
3. To connect a separate CD-ROM, or another source, repeat
steps 1 and 2 using AUDIO INPUTS B.
You must connect the AC power pack to operate the speakers.
1. Plug its cable end into the power jack on the powered speaker.
2. Plug the power pack blades into the wall outlet.
3. Turn on your computer sound source or external sound source.
Do all of the speakers plug into the bass, then from the bass to the computer? Seems like the multimedia controller you have right now is either not working or was never meant for that many computer speakers. In this case, you might want to get a sound card. Sound cards will let you plug the sets of speakers (Front, Rear, Sides, etc.) into each of the inputs on the sound cards. The jacks and inputs will be colour coated so you know which one to plug into which one.
some toshiba tv's have a speaker on off switch located in back by all the inputs. its small and black in color with the black cabinet it is hard to see. might have gotten accidentally switched over. my cat did that to me one time
If the PS3 uses RCA cables (color coated cables) then make sure that the cable with the yellow coated head is plugged into the video INPUT port of the televsion you are using. Most people make the mistake of putting their cables in the OUTPUT port sinstead of the INPUT ports.
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hi in the back of your tv you should have 2 sets of 3 plugs called rca one set is input the other one is output if u using standard speakers connect it to the input remember the speakers need to have the rca plugs,if you use a amp connect your amp to the input to outlet and reverse from the tv.
It is my hope that I can help. This applies to the type of sound card on your PC.
- If you have a 2-channel sound card: Select 2 on the source selector switch on the subwoofer. Connect the green plug from the audio input cable to tyhe front jack on your PC sound card. With this input setting, your speakers will upmix the 4-channel signal and create a center signal for your speakers.
- If you have a 4-channel sound card: Select '4' on the source selector switch on the subwoofer. Connect the colored jacks on the audio input cable to the jacks on your PC sound card, making sure to match the colors.
- If you have a '6'-channel sound card: Select '5-1' on the source selector switch on the subwoofer. Connect the colored jacks on the audio input cable to the jacks on your PC sound card, making sure to match the colors.
Your sound card is located on the back of your PC Tower.
OK... I was just going crazy looking for the same solution. I had let the Verizon guy hook everything up for me (It's a desktop) after I changed offices. He hooked up the plug to match the color of an input on the computer, but he had plugged it into the WRONG one.. heheh... If you have access to the back of your computer - be sure it's plugged in correctly there. (Other plug ins I tried gave me very low sound) My computer - an HP pavillion has two orange inputs - not near each other - but the other one has a little pic of speaker. (LOL).... or (CQ - chuckle quietly)...
First things First!
1) check on other speakers to see if your iPod work fine
2) check connector for loosing electric connectivity.
3) check with your headphones to see if your iPod play music well.
4) Check, power on the computer spk. you got. or the input that is working right.