I HAD USED SOME SPEKERS THAT I HAD ( NOT THE ONES THAT CAME WITH THE COMPUTER ) BUT THEY HAD ECO IN THEM SO I INSTALLED THE NOE THAT CAME WITH IT , THE HAVE A USB FOR POWER AND THE NORMAL CONNECTOR FOR THE OUT PUT . I WAS UNABLE TO GET ANY OUT PUT, SO I REINSTALLED THE ONE THAT WORKED BEFOR AND STILL NO OUT PUT, THOSE SPEKERS HAVE A CONNECTOR THAT GOES TO THE MONITOR POWER AND ON TO THE COMPUTER, I HAVE REST THE SYSTEM AND STILL NOT ABLE TO GET SOUND THE COMPUTER IS EQULIZING AND SHOWS THAT IT IS PUTTING OUT BUT NOTHING THROUGH SPEAKERS
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Re: SPEAKER OUT PUT
I think it may caused due to improper sound driver settings correct it
first go to device manager
for that press right mouse button on my computer icon
click device manager
double click sound, video and game controllers
select each driver, uninstall one by one
click right mouse button for getting uninstall option
After you uninstall all drivers, restart your computer
The computer automatically detect your sound driver
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If it is the transformer, it should be a DC output. Look where it connects, it will tell you what voltage you need. Use a volt meter to see if you are getting that from your "transformer". If so the amp in the speaker is probably blown, if not you need a new DC power supply with the correct voltage. If the replacement ma is higher that will not hurt, The information should also be on the "transformer".
try swapping the speakers around if the problem still persists either the speaker is faulty or the speakers plug/outlet is usually at the back of the computer you will have to open up the computer to check the lead attached to the rear of the input plug make sure the connection is good or you might have to clean the dust from your computer dust causes static which causes your computer to overheat and all sorts of problems be sure to wear an anti static earth strap before touching anything inside your computer
have you tried this control panel sounds and audio,volume,advanced,speakers select the appropriate speakers from the drop down list or click start control panel administrive tools computer managementdevice manager scroll to system devices + to expand,system speaker right click properties then select use this device (enable) hope this helps
better search for the driver for the hardware you install for sound there are different drive as you mention that you have win XP so search for the driver accrording to the operating system you are using see for both hardware as well software issue for more problem do consult you nearest autorised service centre for help or do visit the microsoft web site for more help so untill then see you sir hope you will find the solution for your problem
Ah, cavaet emptor the dreaded used computer. I'm going to assume that it had speakers that worked in it's previous life. Check all cable connections, make sure system is not muted, speaker control knob is on. In windows, most editions, follow: start, control panel, sounds and audio devices, volume tab-speaker settings-advanced settings. Here you can configure and choose your speaker setup(it may be set at headphones) i.e. 5.1, 7.1 etc.. Also check the audio tab to make sure you have a digital audio device installed i.e. Sigma Tel Audio or what ever is installed in your computer. I hope this helps a little, if not, hit me back, we have other options i.e. new audio drivers.
Any speaker has the potential to be used as a computer speaker. The problem you will run into is what will be used to power the speaker. Typical computer sound connections do not put out a strong enough signal to power a full sized speaker on their own. If you hooked the computer to an amplifier and then to a speaker it would work fine. If you do this, I recommend using the line out connection on the computer instead of the headphone connection.
sounds like a loose connection somewhere inside that particular speaker. You could open it up to check for a loose or separated solder joint. The safe option would be to return to place of purchase and exchange for a new set.