Question about Computer Speakers
We have Velocity wireless speakers on our computer. They were working fine. We loaned them to some friends for a party they were having. They worked fine for them. Now we got them back and they won't work. There's no signal between the transmitter base and the speakers. Does anyone know what's wrong? Thanks.
SOURCE: only one speaker works
if you have plugged correctly without any losse contact it should work if not o think your speaker configration is not correctly set go to the control panel->sounds and audio devices->device volume->advanced there u set that balance slider to middle of all volume control,wave,sw synth,line in etc.. then go to speaker settings in the same window of sounds and audio drivers there in speaker settings click on advanced you get another window in that drop down box specify your speaker configration wether is desktop speakers laptop mono speakers or stereo headphones etc specify the right one you have then ok after this in speaker settings click on speaker volume and keep left and right speakers to maximum then apply ok this will work check it out if stil not worked tell me what ws the result ill solve that for u
Posted on May 10, 2008
What happened to you is probably mere coincidence with your cousin's use of the headphones and this is throwing you off. I own the Bose Companions also and they stopped working as well. However, I traced the problem to the "wall wart" power supply. Not sure why but Bose is now using an interchangable plug on them. If you look at the power supply you will see a "PUSH" button. If you depress it the plug can slide out. When it is slid back in and locked in place the connection between the plug plate and the power supply is not a good one. Try fiddling with it. But even if the connection is not the culprit, something in the power supply is. I swapped another power supply with the same connector and spec's ( amps must be the same ) from another item and the speakers worked perfectly.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
Too late to resolve the original poster's worries, I can assume, but I arrived here when searching on account of the same problem and resolved it. This is going to sound implausibly condescending, I'm afraid (and excuse th elack of technical terminology!)...
I couldn't get my left speaker to work exactly as above, but then looked carefully at the shape of the respective cables leading to the sub. You have to fit the triangle shape of the lead into the triangular shape of the hole. The speaker CAN be connected what *feels* like correctly, but is in fact connected incorrectly (ie, not all the way in).
This is more a problem with the left speaker than the right since it's a triangle and the right is a square, and can be a little fiddly.
Anyone else experiencing the same problem should probably take a quick moment just to check this isn't it! :)
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
try tapping the speaker box in your palm while the speaker is connected. There might be a bad contact of the wires inside. I had to open up my speaker to find that out. i moved around the wires connected to the cone of the speaker and then started to hear music once i did that. it was the left speaker by the way.
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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