Question about Harman Kardon Audio Players & Recorders
What sort of speakers are they, USB connected or Line-out connected?
On your Mac, open System Preferences (from the Apple Menu or from the Dock), locate Sound (normally the last icon in the second row) and it will list all the available audio outputs available to you. Mine lists "Internal Speakers - Line Out - Digital Out - Soundflower". If I had the HK Soundsticks with the USB connection they would be listed as well.
Select the output that is appropriate to the speakers you have and check that the volume is set away from zero and that should be that.
If you have USB connected then check USB, if they are normal speakers with an iPod headphone type connector then check line out.
Make sure that any lights on the speakers are on and the volume know is set half way.
If there are no lights on the speakers (and I don't know of any that don't have at least one indicator light) then the problem lies with the speakers.
Report back and let us know what happens.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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