Question about Mirage Audio Players & Recorders
Speakers are plugged directly into computer, all speakers are wired correctly and ive been testing the back speakers trying to find solution in control panel but are not working
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: speakers stopped working
If the speaker cable was pulled with a lot of force and at an angle to its connector, the most likely problem is a broken connection inside the wire. A visual inspection will not prove that problem but you can try connecting the speaker and wire to another output on the receiver. If the speaker and wire prove to be good then it's most likely that the solder point for that speaker output was broken on the circuit board.
Posted on May 16, 2009
Check your "Setup" in the main menu of the receiver. Press "Menu" or "GUI" whichever you have on the remote and go to "Manual Setup" then toggle to "Audio" then "Speakers" then toggle to "Center Channel" and make sure it's on "Large" or "Small" instead of "None". If you still don't have audio, post a comment with the model # of your receiver, I'll pull the book and help you further. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
I was having trouble finding a manual on your sub as will but found a picture of the back and wanted to confirm this is what yours looks like.
If this is what you have then you have a sub for a 2.1 system. Note you can connect it to a system that has more speakers like a 5.1 or 7.1 system but you would just tie it into the front speaker.
As for the normal connection, the speaker wire connections are for the satellite speakers for the front change only. Note you can connect a second pair of speakers to make a 4.1 system. Then you would connect the speaker channel on your receiver to the "Line Input".
If your receiver does not have speaker wire connections on them (most modern ones do not have them) then you can get adapter cables at your local eletronic store. Most of them will go back to an RCA cable.
Let me know if you have any more problems or questions
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
your settings are incorrect. u i dont know the model but u should slect surrond sound mode . some units will display 2 speakers and a bass spk meaning you are in 2 channel mode which is where u are now. press setuop on your remote go to speaker setup and change it to the other option it gives.
Posted on Jun 05, 2011
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