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Logitech speaker problem

My computer has a built in sound card, however I have my Logitech SoundMan X2 connected to it but every time I play music there is no sound. So I tryed it on my other computer, it was the same deal. Then for some reason or other I connected it to a cassette tape player that had no sound, it came out as clear as rain. What is the problem with my Speakers?

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Re: Logitech speaker problem

Verify that the audio lead is connected to the correct line out on the computer. Check the sliders in the windows volume control are correct and mute is unticked. Try plugging some headphones into the computer to hear if the PC is actually producing an output.

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