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Both mini speakers are playing, but not getting any sound from the base box.... what might be happening?

I'm using the Klip Xtreme KSS-710 2.1 Stereo Speaker System on my laptop. Both minispeakers are working properly. But the sound is very low from the main box. The volume and base were placed at maximum, yet very low sound

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i have an Acoustic Solutions surround sound system with coxial and optical inputs, aswell as stereo red & white jack inputs.

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