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Go to http://www.edifier.ca/french/speakers/m3300/m3300-EN-FR-manual.pdf and check the troubleshooting guide. I notice it says to check to make sure the mute button on the remote is off. Try it without the remote plugged in, also. Try hooking up another device with a headphone jack like an mp3 player. The only other thingI can think of would be a blown fuse, which sometimes lets a small signal through with some amps, but I don't see any fuse holder.
the sub woofer green 1/8 inch plug goes into the audio card either the front or the back of the pc. the jack it plug into is normally the green one. the two speakers normally join together on one card and plug into the subwoofer. also look for a on/off know to the speakers for power. normally on one of the little speakers. make sure it is on.
Was the second aux cable you tried new or old? If both aux cables were older, you might possibly want to try (not necessarily buy) plugging in a new one. If you have done that: How old is this receiver? Brand new or older, if older it could be build-up inside the jack causing a break in the connection between jack and aux cable. If this is the case then a simple cleaning with a Q-tip and some alcohol could help immensely. If that's not the case, it sounds like you could have a short in the jack.
Good day, You wired it correctly. The original setup you had, used a 3 prong, and the white wire could serve as a ground, since all green wires and white wires connect to the same place on the circuit breaker panel. Adding an additional green wire from the cabinet to a grounding location, such as a bare cold water pipe is just added safety. There might be something wrong inside the dryer, but to be safe, you should have the outlet checked, to make sure the white(common wire) didn't lift off ground potential, and you have a true 230 volts from red to black, and 115 from both white to red, and white to black at the outlet.
Normally one would think something is wrong but if you look at page 2-23 in you're manual you'll see you're using the wrong plug-in (Lime green) (Rear). Plug you're spreaker jack into the (Black sound out jack). See if that makes a differance?
To fine tune you're sound you can open Asus/RealTek sound effect manager listed in control manager. This program has connector sensing software & other goodies.