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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, I hope you've solved the problem. But if the first solution does not work for you maybe this one will.
I looked at the specs for your monitor. LINE IN is for plugging in a device that makes sound, so this is not the right hole (called a jack) for the headphones plug. Look on the back of your computer for a hole that is outlined with light green. You wrote that you removed " the audio wire that connects the monitor to the CPU", this would be the place to plug in the headphones.
Posted on May 21, 2009
It is a conflict of drivers in some PC's.
First make the sound device to speaker as default.
1. Click Start, type Sound in the Start Search box.
2. Click Sound in the search results at the top of the Start menu.
3. Click the Playback tab. Notice the check mark next to the default device. For most users, the default device is Speakers. Make sure that your audio settings are configured as expected.
4. On the Playback tab, select the playback device, click Configure, and then make sure the configurations are set correctly.
5. In the Playback tab if you are unable to find the Speakers then please right click on any of the devices under playback tab and select Show disconnected devices and Show Disabled devices.
6. Select Speakers, and then click Set Default. (If you find Conexant or anything similar to that click on it and select Set Default)
7. Click OK to save your settings and to close the Sound dialog box.
If speaker is set as default, then re-install drivers.
Uninstall the Sound device:
1.Click Start, and in start search type device manager and press enter.
2.Expand sound,video and game controllers, and right-click on the Sound driver and choose uninstall.
3.Check the option for delete the device software for this device.
4.Now restart the computer and boot into normal mode.
Now, uninstall the programs and features:
1.Click Start, and in Start search type programs and features.
2.Choose the audio application and click on Uninstall.
3.Restart the computer.
Upon restart, install the audio driver from the disc which is given by manufacturer of the computer.
Please let me know if this works.
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
SOURCE: On back panel impedance for 2 speakers is 4-16 ohms. I run a pair of 6 ohm speakers with receiver and this is find. I want to connect 4 speakers all 6 ohms impedance and need to know if this is safe f
Stephen, it may depend on how the system is protected, but generally the protection is designed to prevent the transistors from overcurrent. This would happen if you turn the volume up too high. If your receiver is newer--say built after 2005 or so, it will likely protect itself. You can hook up your speakers and see if it works. It will likely trip the internal protection at high volume, depending on the amplitude of the music signal. My main warning would be to not run the volume high for long periods and make sure there is nothing blocking the cooling vents on the unit.
Posted on Jan 14, 2015
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