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No sound from the CA speakers - but controls still work!

The speakers appear to be functioning given that the volume and mute functions control the laptop speakers The leds are lit too - so i know that power is getting to the ca speakers through the USB port.

What should happen is that the CA speakers should take over from the Laptop speakers but that is not happening.

Is there a setting in the control panel I have not setup?

Any other ideas?

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  • koalabearxox May 07, 2008

    I just got my speakers and I cant get them to work I have checked all the sound settings I changed what usb port I was using for the mouse with the speaker usb and still nothing

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Hello there!

First things first!

Just reinstall the USB driver for this speakers, and enable sound on multimedia, NOT muted. pop up volume.
RMS speakers if problem continue.
1.0 usb?
2.0 usb?

Posted on Feb 25, 2008

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