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Volume control unresponsive

For quite a long time now the LED on my right speaker (with the volum control) doesn't turn on, and i'm unable to alter the volume of my speakers using the buttons on the right speaker. Both speakers work fine in that they emit sound properly. I can alter the volume with windows volume control, however the speaker volume is such that even at the highest level it simply isnt loud enough. It started months, maybe a year ago, but it would be nice to see if i can sort it out.

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  • slimbob May 16, 2008

    my volume icon won't show up and i can't turn it up

  • Anonymous Oct 27, 2008

    no sound device installed

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The LED didn't turn on ,indicate the DC pwr was missing , you need to ensure there is a Dc supply to the speaker unit,once you got the LED on you will be able to control the volum.

Posted on Aug 09, 2007

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    tre_slimm Apr 25, 2012

    how do i check the DC issue?ihave same issue as Jackadsa...could it e a fuse?i still have the orig. spare!thx!I produce music&my studio is out til i fix this!!!!

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