Question about Harman Kardon SoundSticks Computer Speakers
My soundsticks, which I have had for approximately 4 years hav esuddenly stopped working. There is power to the sub woofer and there is a very faint basey sound. I have checked all the wire connections visibly and it sounds as if something has blown. I am not sure if it is worth trying to repair them or should I put them in the bin. It would be a shame since they are reasonable.
Does anyone want to sell their unused power cord and adapter for the soundsticks ii. if not, does anyone know where to buy spare parts for them. I live in los angeles. i bought mine on used on ebay and the seller lost it.
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
U probbaly blown an IC. U could take them to a repair shop :) but if u are in Western Europe or USA they are going to charge u extra :P
The IC itself costs around 7-8 euro, deppending on the producer.
P.S.: If u wanna throw them away u could always mail them to me :P
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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No drivers needed for them to work in XP, this I know for sure. Any other operating system, I can't say with any certainty. But I would assume they would work ok in Vista as well.
When plugged into a Windows XP system, they show up in the device manager as "Harman Kardon SoundSticks" without any additional software or drivers. Hope this helps.
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