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JBL Pebbles just bought the JBL Pebbles and connected them to my PC using the USB cable: I am able to control volume but can't hear a sound! When connecting the audio cable to my iPad it works fine, though... Is the audio not supposed to flow from my PC to my speakers through the USB cable?!? Any advice welcome!! Thx.

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