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Turn volume knob up but no sound? barely can hear at all the way up?tried speakers.Also tried headphones... same thing...

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 the tape monitor switch it may be activated.

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How to turn off mute from receiver


I can't find a mute button on your receiver, but there are a few things that can avoid getting sound to your speakers.
Before trying anything, please turn the volume knob down to a very low volume. It the amp is set to a high output and the speakers get everything with a bang, they could be damaged seriously.
The amp can manage to sets of speakers. A and B. The can be switched on separately, both or non. Make sure the group you connected the speakers to is engaged, or to test, switch on both.
Then there is the headphone plug. If a plug is in there, it will kill all sound going to the speakers. Also when the contacts in the socket are oxidised, this can cause no sound coming through.
So if you have a sound input, on port 1, a CD player, and you select CD. You should hear sound coming out of the speakers if you select A and B. Eventually you can press in a headphone in to listen if there is sound in the amp.
Oops I just found another thing. You can connect / disconnect pre and power amps on the back of the amplifier. Look on the part I add here from the manual and check if the bridge is in.



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Crosley CR6001A: Left speaker barely audible


Hi Eric,

I understand how frustrating this problem can be. The problem can be the result of several different things. Two of them are 1) blown speaker and, 2) blown left amplifier output.

Try listening with stereo headphones. If you can hear both channels clearly, the amplifier is most likely functioning correctly. This is desirable as amp repairs would probably be more costly than a driver (speaker) replacement. Make sure you vary the balance controls while checking for output on both L and R speakers. If the sound is intermittent, the volume or balance control may have dirt built up and may return to working properly by liberally spraying electrical contact cleaner around the stem (knob removed) with the unit unplugged. Use the extension tube to pinpoint the output along the stem. Be careful to keep from over-spraying as it may damage plastic and wood cabinetry. After spraying, rotate the knob fully back and forth several times and then plug back in and try for sound again.

If you can't restore the volume to the left speaker, you may have a blown speaker. This usually happens as a result of excessive volume which leads to distorted sound. If played this way long enough, damage to the speaker is unavoidable.

The speaker can not be fixed - but may be replaced. Replacing the speaker is something most people with conventional hand tools can do - with the unit unplugged. Finding the information on the speaker may prove to require some digging however. You'll need to know the size, wattage rating, impedance value in ohms, and frequency response. It would be best to obtain the exact replacement part if possible.

Other than this, you'll probably need to have it serviced professionally. Good luck!

Dec 06, 2012 | Crosley Cr6001a Turntable

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My speakers dont work at all. the only way i can hear things is if i put headphones


Probably the volume of speakers is turned down.


1. Go to Start
2. Open Control Panel
3. Unplug the Headphone
4. Open Sound and Audio Device
5. Find "speakers" under Playback device (normally it on AUDIO tab)
6. Click on the button "Volume"
7. Pull all the slide bar to the top.
8. See if you hear sounds from the speakers

Mar 20, 2011 | HP G60-230US Notebook

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No sound, neither speakers nor headphone jack


Here are a few things to check and try, as suggested from TEAC:
  1. First, make sure the Tape monitor or adapter switch(s) are not accidentally left on.
  2. Check that the speakers and components are connected
    securely.
  3. Adjust the volume by turning the VOLUME knob.
  4. Check the operation of the connected component.
  5. Select the proper source using the SOURCE button.
  6. Pull out the headphones plug from PHONES jack.
  7. Speaker impedance may be less than prescribed for this unit.
  8. Turn the power off and reduce the volume.
  9. If muting is on, press the MUTING button.
  10. Another solution for you would be to take it to a service shop for a repair cost estimate.

Feb 23, 2011 | Teac Audio Players & Recorders

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Speakers have no sound


Please check the below mentioned things :
Verify the AC power cord is plugged into the wall outlet. Turn the VOLUME knob on the right speaker until you hear a click sound. An LED will light next to the knob when the power is ON. Turn the VOLUME knob clockwise to raise the volume. Check volume level on the computer sound card or alternate audio source device, and set at mid-level. Check plug connections on the audio source. Make sure the signal cables are inserted firmly into the correct jacks. Make sure the 3.5mm stereo cable is connected and fully inserted into the "line-out," "audio-out," or the headphone jack of the audio source. Test the speakers on another audio device. Remove the 3.5mm stereo cable from the audio source device and connect it to "line-out," "audio-out," or the headphone jack of another audio source.
And if in in case u r unable to get it working ..
Replace the speakers ..

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Hi, i have a nad c325 bee amp and i have a problem with hooking up speakers. I have just the tiniest amount of sound coming out so there's some signal there. I have tried different speakers so i know its...


Before you continue, turn the volume DOWN. If you can't hear it at mid-volume there's no sense in spinning the volume knob higher. You'll only endanger your ears and speakers if you suddenly resolve the switch or whatever is the problem.

Are all sources acting the same?

Check these things (from the manual):

Tape Monitor selected?

Muting?

Headphones inserted?

Jumpers missing between Pre-Out / Main In?

BTW: the manual is available at retrevo.com

Apr 06, 2010 | NAD C325BEE Amplifier

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I can't hear sound from my laptop even with the builtin speakers. It's a Toshiba Satellite A105-S4064.


On the front of the laptop there is a circular knob, play a music cd and then turn the knob from left to right and see if the sound comes back, if that doesn't work then make sure where the speaker is in the bottom right hand side of the screen click on it and make sure the volume is turned up.

If it still doesn't work then reload the sound drivers. At this point if the sound still won't work then that means that either the speakers or the motherboard is bad and you won't know for sure unless you replace the speakers first.


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Earphone plug is not working


do your speakers have their own volume knob? sounds like its turned way down,master volume in control panel under audio devices,also volume controll in the sound card software ,nvidia,realtek,maestro,ect. whitch ever one you have,if they are all turned up ,try turning it up useing your hotkeys on your keyboard,if none of that works,uninstall all of your audio drivers,and reinstall them from the support web site at hp.com,the wires that go to that headphone jack inside are very small,doesnt take much to damage them,droping it a couple times is enough,reinstalling the software is the best chance,if that doesnt do anything ,you will have to go inside,if this only happens when your using the optical drive then disregard everything i just said,and replace it.make sure its locked in securely

Sep 02, 2009 | HP Pavilion DV2910US Laptop

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TOSHIBA E740 VOLUME CONTROL


Are you using a headphone or the Pda's speaker?

The speaker could be damaged or disconnected - try connecting a headphone to the Pda to see if the sound works.

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Toshiba portege 4010


Have you tried plugging in a regular headphone on the headphone port to see if is a problem with your sound device ot your speakers?? Cause if you plug in a regular headphone and it sounds ok then its a problem with your speakers itself! and if its a problem with your speakers, you might need to get them replaced! When checking your volume make sure the The Main Volume Control is up and the Wave control is high also! Some PC/Laptop control audio independently of the operating system! Like there is a lil volume knob right by the speaker jack or a key combination with the Fn key. Look for speaker control on your keyboard! It will look like speakers with an up arrow or looks like more audio, you'll know when you find it! If those still don't fix your problem there is a possibility its a driver issue! Try to get the latest drivers for your audio device! regards, babb

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