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Got a kinyo BT-150 speaker. it says device is connected but no sound is coming from speaker

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: kinyo speakers will not work on my computer

First thing I would try is to figure out if this is a speaker problem or a system driver problem or hardware issue. First, try using headphones from an ipod and plug them into your computer and listen. Check for the input and not to mistake the miocrophone input. They should be clearly marked. If it works then its your speakers. If it does not work, you should try reloading your drivers. You can download the drivers from the company website or you may have the drivers on the system restore CD that came with the computer. Another thing to try is to reinstall the hardware. Sometimes, their is a confict when you install devices like webcams. You can verify that you do not have a problem by contacting the webcam company. Try contacting the manufacturer of the computer if it is within the last few years. Worst case, bring it in for a diagnostic to a local PC repair. Should be an inexpensive fix, less than 50.00 Hope I could help point you in the right direction Mike

Posted on Sep 09, 2007

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SOURCE: no sound!

If they are new speakers make sure that there are no drivers that need installing some motherboards need configuring depending what kind of motherboard if not return them to shop for new speakers

Posted on Jan 26, 2008

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SOURCE: I HAVE KINYO SPEAKERS AND NO SOUND IS COMING OUT

hi im josh in cebu phils. friend if it enable before and now not and it quits. most of this problem is the audio card or audio socket. these maybe a software or hardware problem. all you have to do first is to check the control buttons be suret was not chek to mute or adjust ir to higher volume if it s low. you can see the button near the time bar right side of the screen or re install your audio driver from the cd. and try to hear it again, if not try to cher\ck your connections like the small wire cable at the back of the speaker check if it wasnt cut. or check the audio socket colored green at the back of the pc. if it still doesnt work replace your audio card if you are using audio card if it is built on pc main board try to buy a audio card and install it.good luck hope i helped you.

Posted on Feb 20, 2009

sardanadixit
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SOURCE: sounds are not coming from the speakers. speakers

Try this:

Click Start, select Run, type "services.msc" without the quotes and press Ok. Services window will open up. In that window, select the Windows Audio Service and the status and startup type of the same. In case the startup type is disabled, double click on it and select the startup type as Automatic. After that right click on this service and click Start. In case the Start is greyed out, click on Restart. Now check for the sound.

Posted on Jul 07, 2009

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SOURCE: no audio

Hello

Have you remembered to install the sound drivers ?
If you have just reinstalled windows you have to install all the drivers for the needed devices as well in order for everything to work propperly. Hope this can solve your problem.

Best regards
Andrea

Posted on Nov 04, 2009

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First thing I would try is to figure out if this is a speaker problem or a system driver problem or hardware issue. First, try using headphones from an ipod and plug them into your computer and listen. Check for the input and not to mistake the miocrophone input. They should be clearly marked. If it works then its your speakers. If it does not work, you should try reloading your drivers. You can download the drivers from the company website or you may have the drivers on the system restore CD that came with the computer. Another thing to try is to reinstall the hardware. Sometimes, their is a confict when you install devices like webcams. You can verify that you do not have a problem by contacting the webcam company. Try contacting the manufacturer of the computer if it is within the last few years. Worst case, bring it in for a diagnostic to a local PC repair. Should be an inexpensive fix, less than 50.00 Hope I could help point you in the right direction Mike

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