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My sub just quit on the speakers. why would this happen?

I have shelf speakers connected to my laptop and the sub output is suddenly zero.

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These are 2.0 speakers. There is no sub.

Posted on Apr 15, 2015

Testimonial: "In order to express myself, I will sound like a six year old, as I don't understand tech stuff. The speakers come with an attached box that is plugged into a master speaker port labelled sub output. In recent past, this box contributed to the bass and greatly enhanced output. It no longer provides any sound whatever."

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    Mike M Apr 15, 2015

    Then you've listed the wrong brand and model speakers.

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