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I have a session 400 amplifier and when I plug my steel into input jacks if I step ******* volume pedal it sounds as if speaker is blown. If I plug into the effects plug amp works fine and no distorti

Nothing at this point other than pluging into different jacks and checking for blown spesker

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Check the graphics or effects jack. The normally closed connection maybe dirty.

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SOURCE: No sound output from rear speaker jack

Plugging headphones into the computer will disable sound output from the sound card by design.

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SOURCE: Low volume on external speakers, no volume on internal

I have all the audio drivers for that model. Please let me know what operating system you are using. These are large files, around 7mb for xp.

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SOURCE: sound is low

try to see if the wave volume is on and maximum on the volume panel ( double click on vol icon on tray system (right low) ) ...also see if your speakers are plugged into the proper place ...and are not in the auxiliary out or something like this ...they should be plugged into the green middle out ...if they are simple stereo 3,2 jack ...so ..if the problem its still on ..its probably the sound card...(actually the pre-amplifier on it ..)

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SOURCE: speakers not working.................

Check the following,

  • Speakers, connecting cables and Sound Card are working fine by connecting to another computer.
  • Speaker Cable is connected to an audio port (Audio/Video port in system box).
  • Volume is MUTE / Low (in Volume Controller).
  • Audio drivers have installed.
To Check follow the Steps:
• Go to Start>
• Control panel>
• Double click on "System" Icon> (it shows the System Properties Window)
• Select “Hardware” Tab>
• Select “Device Manager” Tab> (it shows the Device Manager Window)
• Select “Sound, video and game controllers”>
• Expand “+” symbol> (check the audio Codecs, Legacy Audio Drivers and others are not in Questioned Mark (?) symbol with yellow color. If there need to install the drivers ).
  • If not, insert the motherboad CD, browse>select audio driver>install. After completion, restart computer and check.

Posted on Dec 22, 2009

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SOURCE: my headphone jack on a HP computer is not working

first configure the front panel sound in control panel (start-> control panel )
even u have the same problem after configure the front panel,then check the wire connection of front panel.

thank u sir... Have a nice day

Posted on Apr 17, 2010

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This is a generic answer for this kind of question.
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The line output will likely be a pair of phono sockets,like you have on HiFi equipment, 1/4 inch, 6.35mm jacks, like the bigger headphone connector, a 3.5mm socket like the smaller headphone connector, or even a DIN connector on older equipment.
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Whole system is mute, power is on but theres no sound comming out even changing the audio input cable


Firstly make sure you are getting power to the speakers - there is usually a light to indicate that the speakers are turned on. If you DO get a light - then turn up the volume all the way and touch the green input jack with your fingers - that is the jack you would plug into the PC - when you touch the jack - you should hear a scratching sound come from the speakers - if u get NO sound - chances are that the speakers amplifier is blown (it is a small Integrated circuit that most electronic engineers would be able to repair)

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It seems that the center channel has DC voltage at the output terminals, center channel amplifier is blown and you need to bring the receiver into a repair shop. You can use a voltmeter to check DC at speaker terminals, all channels should have 0 volts when no input signal applied (or volume control set to minimum).
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  4. Step 4 Connect the other ends of the speaker wires to a pair of stereo speaker terminals on the back of the amplifier. The wires attach by raising spring-loaded clips on the back of the amp to reveal a hole for inserting each wire.
  5. Step 5 Set the amplifier selector to the set of audio jacks connected to the TV to enjoy stereo sound from the television.
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