Question about JBL On Stage Micro Portable Speaker Dock for Apple iPod - Black
I am not getting any sound from my new JBL On-Stage 400. I have confirmed that it is getting power (green light is lit). I have tried four iPods (various kinds - all work in iHome) as well as the AUX, but still no sound. I pressed the + key several times but still nothing. Any thoughts?
The power supply consists of two parts: the AC cord with a two-prong connector on one end and a double barrel plastic connector; and the large rectangular power supply which has a dual prong receptor on the side and a long cable which plugs into the JBL unit.
In my case, I had plugged the double barrel plastic connector into the dual prong receptor backwards. Even though I was getting full power to the unit, this somehow caused the speakers to become inoperative.
Of course, I would offer a recommendation to JBL that their power supplies are made to be "dummy proof" so this does not happen to others as well.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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