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Speakers have no sound

I plugged them in and there is no sound. When I plug them in half way I just get a buzzing sound

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Re: speakers have no sound

The buzzing sound is normal for half way, however it does tell you the speakers work, First thing is to make sure the mute is not make sure you have it plug into the out put just and not the mic or input.

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