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Just connect the two connectors to your computer sound card.
Your computer should have a pink connector for the mic and a green for the speakers. You also could plug the speaker (headset) into the orange if your sound card has that colour.
Then you just adjust the volume for the headset with the sound settings of the computer.
The program you want to use the headset with, will also allow you to fine tune the set.
If it is new take it back or read the manual. If it is second hand, then you may want to check to see if the internal fuse is intact. These power speaker units usually have an internal fuse to back up the one in the mains connector.
Many Dell PCs have an internal speaker that will allow sounds and even music to play - it is just not as good as the external types that offer sub woofers and stereo sound. As long as you're hearing the familiar Windows Sounds and not simple beeps - your sound card drivers are probably ok.
This makes me think that you've either inserted the speaker plug into the wrong jack on the PC or have an issue with the speakers themselves. Generally, these jacks are color coded. If yours are, make sure that speakers are connected to the GREEN jack. If not color coded there should be an indication of an arrow pointing OUT or a speaker icon near the speaker jack. If still no luck, it is possible that the cord between the plug and the speakers has gotten pinched or broken. Try plugging a pair oh head phones into the jack - or plug the speakers into another device with a speaker jack. I'm pretty sure you'll get your answer after doing that. Some final thoughts: Maybe your speakers need power? Are they plugged in? Is the outlet powered? Is there a power indicator? Is the volume knob turned to minimum?
If you still have problems - provide the model number of your Dell PC and we can dig some more - but I think you'll find the problem if you follow the steps above.
The SB card has several settings. Do you have powered speakers? You will need powered speakers and also the correct settings. You do not say how old your laptop is - some will not use high end cards as their age will not allow for it. Is the card meant for your pc?
Try these two things and send pictures of ur set up to email@example.com
look on device manager sound is install or not if not install there yellow exlamation sign. keep bord rdiver and click right mouse then get update driver click on it. go control panel look on speaker sound and speaker setting.
you can just piggyback the mixers - take the outputs from the mackie mixer (assuming it is NOT a powered mixer) ... those should be line level outputs - send them into a line level input on the digi 002 and then set that channel on the digi 002 and once set, just leave it, and control the mackie channels individually ... should work fine ...
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Make sure that you have XP SP 1 or SP 1a OR SP 2 installed on your computer. Also make sure that you go to device manager and look in the usb hub properties to find out if the US 122 is by it self as it needs 500 ma to operate. Also make sure that the latency setting of the US 122 is set right. Look in control panel for the US 122 icon, you should be able to set it from there.