Question about Compaq Audio Players & Recorders
Be sure you have the plugs in the correct holes.
Feel free to move them around. The bezels on the sound ports are often color coded and will match the plugs you have. SOMETIMES they are not and you must guess.
Also make sure your sound settings have not been accidentally set to MUTE. Turn the volume up and play some music files or anything with sound.
If these speakers use power from the household plug.
Be sure the power knob is turned on! Usually the volume button.
If no external power is supplied these usually must be turned up full blast just to hear them. Some on board sound systems do not have the power to push the these speakers very high.
If all else fails
Update and make sure the correct sound drivers are loaded for your system.
If you have another set of speakers. Try them!
Cheap doesn't matter here.
Your only trying to determine the output works.
If it works then the other speakers may be defective.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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