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The sound to the speakers got turned off how do i get them back on

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THERE IS A SWITCH IN THE BACK NEAR THE VIDEO INPUTS

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No sound on left front speaker


you need to set up the individual volume levels for each speaker.
do a sound test tone which will check for a signal from each speaker.
if you hear the speakers at different volumes you know you need to adjust the ones that are too weak. hope this helps

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turn on your video and start something playing, press the speakers button repeatedly until the sound comes back. this should bring back your front speakers, if it doesn't, double check your speaker connections and sound field program.

the speakers button should cycle through all available front speaker options.

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Sound output to a sound bar


Most TVs have a menu setting that says internal or external speakers.Here are the instructions for yours.

Turning off the built-in speakers Use this feature to turn the TV speakers off when you connect an
audio system (see "Connecting an audio system" on page 11).
To turn off the built-in speakers:
1. Press MENU, then press x or • until AUDIO menu appears.
2. Press y or z to highlight SPEAKERS.
3. Press x or • to highlight OFF.

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Unit cuts off. I turn it back on and it turns itself back off. Confused...Please help


Sounds like a speaker wire is shorting out, check there are no breaks and/or positive and negative terminals on the amp and speakers are the right way around

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Speakers are hooked up but no sound


maybe they have the volume muted. Check to make sure the volume is not muted and that the speakers are plugged into the light green port in the back of the computer.

Make sure the volume on the physical speakers are turned on and turned up. And make sure the volume in the Audio Sound Properties it turned up and not muted.

If you see the speaker megaphone at the bottom right near the time click on it to adjust the properties.

You can click Start/Control Panel and look for Sound or Audio properties

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I plugged my speakers into the back of my computer and I still cant get any sound. What should I do?


Verify that the speakers are plugged into the correct color coded plug in back. Verify that the speakers are plugged into a power source Verify that the speakers are on Verify that the speakers are turned up on the actual speakers Verify that your sound is not muted in windows (Control Panel > Hardware and Sound (vista) or just Sounds in XP > Adjust system volume. You can also try opening Windows Media Player and unmuting/turning volume up there. Try several files, mp3s, videos. make sure its working. If you still have no sound try updating the drivers for your sound card, you can figure out what type of sound card you have from the control panel, system, device manager, sound. then just go to that companys website and search for your card to download the latest.
If you do all of this you should have working sound... if you still dont then that would indicate the speakers or a cable is defective, you may want to do some trial and error with known good cables/speakers.

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Speakers stopped working


I get such a thing from time to time on different systems. What I do:

1. Open the Sound Control Panel (the one on this present PC is named: "SoundMax Control Panel").
2. Enable or Disable a certain feature (something like "Virtual Theater Surround" or "Virtual Ear" or "Acoustic Environments" or so on).
3. Click Apply and the sound is back in your speakers.
4. If you want, you can undo the enable / disable and the sound still works.

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go to device manager locate the speakers, right click and update drivers, if that fails search google for that sound card driver.

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My back speakers wont produce any sound


OK I believe there is a small indented "Reset Button" around somewhere on the back of the unit, With the unit powered ON, & using a small diameter implement, straightened paper clip etc, press IN the button and this should "Reset" ya unit. This may indeed fix all your problems as the Unit "Reads" the speakers at turn on.

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