Question about Princeton Digital VL1716 17" LCD Monitor
If you plug in headphones, you hear sound. No sound from speakers
This can be one of several problems. An Incompatable plug on your patch cord is a common problem.
Make sure that that the cable you are using is able to match up with the Reciever Amplifer that are using.
Also, some receivers have a different impedence ( Resistance) on inputs for devices. Look on rear and
see if they have a low impedience input and try that input.
A Stereo plug in may have a different physical connector than the receiver.
Common adapters are sold for matching by Radio Shack Newark Electronics and MCM.
Try input from another device to the same input using the patch plug
Lap tops do not put out much power and the Receiver may not get enough signal to play effectively.
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
1.check that speaker is power on properly
2.either volume of speaker is not low
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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