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Cant get sound from my pc

Hi there i have a sirius tower and a set of trust speakers and cant get eny sound thru the speakers and the connection type is different on the back of the tower its jack not the same as the speakers. but i got the speakers with the pc?

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  • todger87 Mar 16, 2008

    there a set of trust speakers

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Please spell the name of the speakers again, I have no listing...accordianman

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  • Michael Borelli Mar 16, 2008

    Are they connected? Typically, there is always a different connection on the back of speakers as opposed to the back of the PC...accordianman

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I have internal speakers on the monitor and I can't get the external speakers to work. There are no troubleshooting directions.


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Try to check what type of connection you're using if its HDMI, DVI or VGA. If happens you're using HDMI it has a capability to give sound you just have to check the settings on the monitor or on the pc tower unlike the VGA and DVI you need to use speaker jack to have a sound on your monitor.

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Where do I connect the speakers to the monitor. I have a Flatron L1922P monitor. I ordered 2.0 USB Multimedia speakers that come with a 3.5mm stereo plug and USB plug. I must not being doing something...


Your speakers do not plug into your monitor. Your speakers should be connected to a USB slot on your PC tower and the 3.5mm stereo plug should be put into the green stereo jack on your PC tower. If your audio jacks on your PC are not colour coded, then you should look for the jack which has a picture of a set of earphones over them.
Depending on your speakers, you may or may not be required to keep the stereo plug connected in order to get sound. Some models transmit model over the USB connection and others just use the USB connection as a way to supply power to the speakers and need the stereo plug to be connected in order to have sound. I suggest trying both.

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hi, first Identify what computer you have. Is It A Mac or PC?

If it is PC
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There should be 2 small 3.5mm coloured sockets on the back,front (or both ) of the main box (tower/desktop unit). You should find that they are coloured Green and Red. Green is for sound output (Headphones/speakers or hifi) and the Red is for sound input or Recording. Used for things like microphones. Some will accept line sources such as mixers and Ipods pr cassette players, but please check your sound manager, mixer settings in your opperating system to make your you have an adjustable input setting for Mic and Line input attenuation as not all do and you may end up with a distorted mess. You may also find there is a small diagram of headphones or a microphone to indicate sound "in" and "out" ports.

If you have a mac
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Appart fom me being envious :-) there are two sockets. On laptop types, on the side or on the tower types on the front,back or both. They have a diagram of a microphone and headphones. Hadphones is for audio output to headphones, speakers, hifi, dj mixer. The Microphone is a sound input. Please read above for microphone port usage. Hopefully this answers your question. Please also bear in mind that if you have no sound once plugged in, you may need to adjust the audio properties in the system in the system and/or program you may be using

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Not getting sound thru speakers only tv with hdmi cable connected do I need to connect Digital fiber optic cable too Also able to download owners manual for vsx1017txv


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Speakers


On tower computers made in the past 8-10 years, the speaker socket is colour-coded so you can easily find the right socket (this colour coding system is known as AC'97).
The speakers go in the light green socket, and there will usually be two others, one is light blue for secondary sound output, and the other is pink, used for microphone input.
Computers with older sound systems may have all black sockets instead, invented before the AC'97 system of colour coding, in which case there will usually be a very small picture indicating which is the speakers.
The easiest way with older black socket designs is to start the PC playing music, and then go thru each socket (it's perfectly safe to plug speakers into the wrong one of the available sockets - none of these things carry high voltage of any kind.
High specification modern towers may have 6 or more sockets available, as these are needed for surround sound Dolby 7.1 speaker outputs. With that type, they are split into 2 groups of 3, with 1 group covering the standard pink, green and blue sockets, and then the extra ones next to them.
You may also see a small square audio socket on your PC if its top of the range, and this may have a red glow from it. This is fibre-optic audio output, and you should avoid ever looking directly into these illuminated sockets as they are like a laser light inside.

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Speaker connections


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My Emachine is only 2-3 yr's old now & I have never had sound. It was the cheapest one & on sale. I must have chose one that did not have a sound board. I can not put in a sound board by myself...


Are you sure there is no onbaord sound it should look like microphone or headphone socket holes. If it does then you are needing the correct driver. Open the tower and check what motherboard you ahve then post again for the correct driver.

If there is no sound onboard then it is very simple to install a pci soundcard anf they are very cheap. I certainly wouldn't go buying a new tower for just sound. Google on installing a pci card and you will see how easy it actually is or ask a young friend they know heaps about computers.

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HOW DO I CONNAT SEAKER


Hi,

I think the issue is how to connect the speakers.

The desktop tower will have the three ports behing it.

The colours would be pink, green and blue.

You should be having three holes in the spaker box.

One says IN - a cable should connect the 'IN'  of the speaker box to the green hold in the tower which is the output for the sound from the computer.

The speaker box should be having the other hole named as 'OUT'

Connct the spaker cable to this which is the output of the sound from the speaker box or audio box.

Now enjoy your music from the speakers.

Good Luck.


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No Sound


Make sure you plug into the GREEN speaker port on the PC.If using a digital connection,try going back to analog.The difference is almost non-existent,and much less hassle.

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