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im install cd player for my car, but not sound came out at all. removed it out, try check for connection, but everything was fine. then i did try play around for speaker 's wire speaker. i saw blue ( power ant) just connect to nowhere. then used blue wire to connect for output speaker, then sound show up. but rerarely to heard. cuz sond was too low. even volume was max. i thought maybe they need for more ground to run out put, or sound chip 40 legs is gone. ( need to replace for it?
make sure your speakers are wired to the amp with correct ohm load, turn gain, bass boost all the way down on amp, zero out your equilizer on the cd player and turn it all the way down then start raising volume on cd player., when u can start hearing music thru the subwoofers adjust the cd player volume till the sound from your subs is at its peak without any distortion. then start raising the gain on your amp till you are happy with the sound. It gives you the optimal signal strength coming from the cd player and the smoothest sound.
Pls check in the BIOS the sound card is enable or not ,if not pls enable it and check if still sound not coming then pls check the audio cable from speaker to CPU and re-connect it.if still sound not coming check the sound driver is installed or not if not then installed the compatible sound driver and check .
There are usually several small holes in the connection board on the back of the desktop computer. The makers inscribe a small icon next to each hole to describe what they are for....sound in, sound out, record, etc. I can never interpret what the icons mean, so I just plug the speaker wire into each hole until I get sound.
Be sure to have sound activated (via the software) on the computer before doing this. If you have the sound muted or worse yet, have no sound driver installed, you won't get sound no matter what port/hole you connect your speakers to.