I was wondering if it is possible to connect 2 Hi-Fis and 1 set of PC speakers to one PC. Currently I have one pair of Logitech Z-2300s, a Sony Hi-Fi, and a Creative Xmod. I connect the Creative X-mod to my computer using a USB. From here i currently have a headphone splitter connecting into the Creative x-mod output and i connect my Logitech Z-2300s to one of the slots in the headphone splitter and my Sony Hi-fi to the other slot in the headphone splitter. I was wondering if i could buy another headphone splitter and insert this headphone splitter into one slot in the headphone splitter already connected directly to my Creative xmod and then connect the speakers accordingly. Would this create a problem? Would i have to increase the volume on those speakers incredibly high to the point there would be static noise? Are there any other problems i should be aware of?
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You can install 3 different sound cards on one PC, but you cannot use all 3 at the same time.You can use any one of them at a time.
You will have to set one default sound device to listen music.
If you want to use all of them then one thing you can do is, you can connect 2 or 3 different speaker sets for each sound device.
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As much as it might sound retarded i want to suggest to you that intead of all that hongkong stuff- just go to walmart and get the sony package that comes with the deck/cdplayer and the 4 speakers it comes with a pair of door speakers and a set of 6x9s and all the wiring that you need for a basic install-plus the deck has the rca pre-outs to install an amp. Get an amp and subs from a pawn shop at least you can be sure that it works before you buy it that way- I'm not knocking your idea, but it could be simpler and when you deal with flea-bay you never know whats going to show up on your doorstep. Good luck to you
1 step: kindly check the connection of the left speaker if it is plugged to the right speaker properly.
2 step: Then check the balance under volume control if it has been set in the middle.
3 step: If possible check the speaker on some other device(cd player etc) other than your pc and see if the left speaker still doesn't have any sound.
if so kindly replace them
here's the step to connect to yur PC my dear,, just read it
1 The hardwareUnpack the speakers and the cables (included with the speakers) out of the suitcase. 2 I use the speakers with a video
1. Plug the power supply in the speakers. 3. Connect the main speaker with the video. 3 I use the speakers with a computer
1. Plug the power supply in the speakers. 2. Connect the speakers to each other. 3. Connect the main speaker with the computer.
4. Press the 'ON/OFF' button.
4 The softwareIf you use a laptop make sure your volume settings are OK.
Go to Start > Control Panel > Sounds and Audio Devices.
I am teh person who started this thread and I am happy to find the solution. The problem is not with Speaker but it is with DVD player. Infact it is not a problem, it is the setting which needs to be changed.
Go to the Setup menu and change the Speaker settings and set it to MultiChannel. This will give you sound to rear and center whenever it has to.