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Headphone volume? When I plug headphones into the jack on the main (front right) speaker, the volume seems to be set and I cannot adjust it with the dial on the speaker. Slightly irritating since it is set fairly high, making the headphones basically unusable. Does anybody know why this is and what I can do to remedy the situation? Thank you!

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If playing a game with headphones, comtro; the volume in the game's menu..

Posted on Mar 08, 2008

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Unfortunately, I believe this is by design. The knob does not control the volume of the headphone jack on those speakers. The best you can do is set the volume control in Windows so that the headphone volume is acceptable and turn the knob up higher for speaker listening.

Posted on Mar 07, 2008

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  1. Check the power connections on your speakers, make sure that the power LED's on the small speakers are lit.
  2. Make sure the green cable is connected to the computer's speaker port (Usually a green headphone-type jack) and also the the speaker- a similar type jack.
  3. Adjust system volume 2_6_2012_8_52_14_pm.png by clicking, drag volume slider bar up to about 75%, and release.
  4. Turn up speaker's volume using the volume (and bass volume) knob on the main speaker.
  5. Play an audio file. Note that if you are using Windows Media Player, etc. you may need to turn volume up there also.
  6. If you are still having trouble go to start/control panel and select sounds. This will show your installed audio devices. If there are no devices, then please provide the make model, etc. of your computer and I will go from there.
  7. Test the devices in another setting will help identify a hardware problem. For example, test your speakers with an MP3 player, or your computer's CD-ROM usually has a headphone jack; test the audio on your PC with a set of headphones, or another set of speakers. If either of these fail it may indicate a hardware problem. Feel free to post back any additional information and I will try to provide further help. Please include your make, model, and version of windows so I can provide specific info for your PC.
I found the following info on your speakers, which you may also find helpful:
http://www.jbl.com/resources/Brands/jbl/Products/ProductRelatedDocuments/en-US/OwnersManual/Creature%20OM%20Rev%20A.pdf
Thanks for purchasing my services, and please remember to leave feedback once your problem is resolved.

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