Question about Harman Kardon iSub Computer Speakers
It is possible the sub is turned up to high or is drawing to much power and the system goes into protection mode. Turn sub down all the way when connecting, than go into your taskbar, find the volume control icon, right click, go into properties settings and than you can choose which speaker set-up you have.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
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