Question about Labtec LCS 2424 Computer Speakers
My Labtec LCS-2424 speakers have worked fine for years. Now, all of a sudden, I can only get sound out of the right speaker (the one with the volume controls on it); the other one is mute. I'm not sure what might have caused them to fail. They may have been bumped around.
After tinkering for a while, I discovered I can get mono sound out of both speakers by sticking a headphone plug halfway into the headphone jack and wiggling it just right.
So I'm not sure what or where the problem is. Obviously sound can get to the left speaker somehow. Any thoughts? (Broken audio cable? Broken power cable? Failed electronic component?) I can try and post more details if needed.
I have the same problem sir, only the speaker with volume
control works. Earlier I used to twist the volume control this
way and that way to get the sound from the other speaker also.
Now the same technique doesn't work anymore.
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
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