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Amplified Speaker System CA-3080 On But No Sound

My speaker are connected correct, and are turning on, but not sounding. The mute is NOT on and they are still not sounding? I have Windows Vista is there an program I need to install in order for them to work correctly with Vista? HELP!

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Hello,
Do you have a walkman, mp3 player, or any other portable stereo that you can test out the speakers?
This would be the 1st thing I would try. Place the plug that you would have normally going to your computer, and place it in the ear jack of the portable stereo or mp3 player. If you have sound, then I would make sure that your plug is in the correct jack in the back of the computer. Usually, the color of the jack is Green but that isn't written in stone. Just look for the speaker out or "out" where the sound card is located.
Try that and see if you get anything.
Get back and let me know and we can go from there.
Good luck.
mac

Posted on Feb 29, 2008

  • Mac Gyver Feb 29, 2008

    Otherwise, I would make sure that your sound card driver is installed correctly. You might need to update the drivers, but usually Vista and XP handles that.

    I want to 1st confirm that the speakers do work.
    Get back to me.

    Mac.

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