Question about Altec Lansing Multimedia Computer Speakers
Don't know if by 'can't get power to them meaning that you don't have any 'electrical' power to the speaker system (no green-light on speaker). If such is the case, then: This just happened to me (2/17/12), same Altec Lansing ADA-745 speakers/subwoofer. The back of the subwoofer has a label which reads 'T1A-250V' type fuse. This means a 1-amp, 250V fuse. I found a 4-pack of these at Radio Shack for about $3.19. Important: purchase the 'Fast Acting' fuse (not the Slow-Acting also offered). I pulled out the old fuse from the subwoofer, replaced with the new one from Radio Shack, and YEAAAA power to speaker system, green light on speaker and all works great! These speakers are so outstanding, it's worth a try (and $150 if you can find an old set), so Good luck!
Posted on Feb 19, 2012
That is the setup guide for the speakers.
The two wires plug into a cable that then that single cable plugs into the computer, this way you have sound coming out of the left and right hand speakers.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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