My hole system was working fine, i was running a metronome program and all the speakers were working fine, i went into my sound managment program that tests the speakers to make sure if there running by making each speaker put out a short sound. i did this wile the metronome was running, i tested the speaker and then a window poped up that said something about the midi. now my three front speakers wont work they are on and make sound when windows starts but thats the only time, and non of the speakers will work when i run a music program.
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Hi, after doing a bit of googling it occurs to me that the internal speaker is ONLY for the metronome / click & not for the drum sounds themselves. You will need headphones or some external audio gear like your hi-fi system or oth r amp & speaker. I found this "The pad has 54 sounds in it (covering all parts of the drum kit but mostly snares), which are triggered when you hit the mesh head, but these can only be heard over headphones. The built in speaker is only used by the metronome sound (when there are no headphones attached) and then it only has a beep sound attached to it. However, plug in headphones and you get a variety of available click sounds including a proper ticking clockwork metronome." Hope that helps a little? Good Luck :-)
Mine has issue with the sub input that runs from the receiver sub output. So I don't have the LFE effect. I have to use the secondary hookup which is: -run your front speaker wires from the receiver into the input. Then run wires out back to your front speakers. Is your completely dead period? Or is the light coming on? If its dead, it may be a fuse or the power supply has failed....if the light comes on. Try the secondary hookup. Make sure both your reciever and the sub are unplugged. Plug them back in after you have hooked everything up..
Are you using the Creative speaker test program? It usually has a picture of a generic layout of a pc system, with the speakers around it, showing a speaker for each that you should have plugged in. There should be a test button that will play a sound through each speaker. If a sound plays from your center speaker when the subwoofer picture is lit up then you may have a cord plugged in incorrectly on either the subwoofer or on the back of the soundcard. I've ran into this many times. The best way to set up surround sound is to get your speakers placed or mounted on the wall, then run one wire at a time into the subwoofer, to ensure that the front left is hooked into the subwoofer in the front left, front right into front right, etc. Then once the speakers are hooked into the subwoofer start running the outputs from the subwooofer one at a time into the sound card. After each connection run the test program and watch the pictures light up as the sound plays, and make sure that the speaker playing sound in your place is the same speaker that is lit up on the test program. I hope that helps, otherwise the amp is probably bad. Let me know if you need more help.
Just buy two connectors(shown above). Its having two holes upside. 1. Connect the connector to one hole of the other. 2. Connect the audio cable to the dvd. 3. Then connect the connectors to the other side of the audio cable. 4. Lastly, connect the three stereo output cables of the Creative speakers to the three holes of the connector simultaneously. I have tried this at home with my Creative Inspire M5300 speakers and philips dvd. All the five speakers are working. -------------------------------- Rovan C
1rst- Maybe you choose the incorrect metronome. On analog audio record use your default audio card metronome and on MIDI audio record, use MIDI metronome! 2nd- Check your memory video card & remember your computer speed is as fast as the lowest speed component on it. Pardon my poor English!!!!