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Check the audio by inserting headphone in the audio jack to make sure that the jack is functional. if it is not, check the sound driver (START>Control Panel>Sound) to make sure it is on and the vollume is turned up.
What is version of the operating system are you using? Do you have a separate sound board or is it integrated into the motherboard? Do you have the manufacturer of the system and the model number so that i can recommend drivers if they are necessary?
If it's only certain MP3 files you might want to identify WHY those files have too much bass. THAT would have happened when they were created. It's not a speaker's fault how the music sounds. Then there's your PC or whatever other device it passes through. Lots of opportunities for MALadjusted sound. GIGO.
LOL. This is a common, easily solveable problem. Remove your cellphone or anything that emits radiation of any sort from the general area. Don't believe me? send a text message while sitting net to your computer. It does this even if you arent sending a message because your phone sends intermittent signals to the cell tower.
If they have regular speaker jacks (1/8th inch) it should be a breeze. Just plug them to the corresponding audio jack, depending if you have a stereo or surround sound setup it may be one cable or a few, and vista should use your existing sound drivers and output the audio to the speakers. Otherwise you can adjust your speaker settings in control panel, which you shouldnt need to. Hope it helps. It can get tricky, let me know if it doesnt work out.