Question about Audio Players & Recorders
No big incident. One moment I had sound on my computer and the next ... nothing.
These are Pro Media speakers with four satellites (one of which has the control unit attached, and sub which has the amplifiers. The power switch for this unit is on the control module attached to one of the satellites.
I don't see any place for a fuse. And there is the usual "no user serviceable parts" warning on the enclosure.
Any ideas or advice?
Humm. Plug some earphones or another set of speakers into the computer and see if you get sound. That will at least point you in the right direction. And not to insult your intelligence but make sure the speakers are plugged into the green port.
Posted on Nov 10, 2007
I have promedia 2.1s and there is a fuse on the sub you can replace (I imagine the 4.1 sub is very similar). Do a search at the klipsch forums and you'll find loads of information:
I think if the fuse is blown, you should have no power indicator LED? Otherwise, you may have a different problem.
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