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Plug the power transformer into the bottom jack on the back of the right-channel speaker. This is the speaker with the on/off knob on the front.
Plug the audio cable attached to the left-channel speaker into the audio jack on the back of the right-channel speaker. The jack is immediately above the jack for the power cord.
Plug the audio jack attached to the back of the right-channel speaker into the headphone jack on a laptop computer (usually located along the left edge), or to the audio output jack on the back of a desktop PC.
Plug the speaker transformer into a surge protector and the surge protector into a wall outlet.
Turn the on-off and volume control knob clockwise on the front of the right-channel Inspiron speaker to activate the stereo speakers and adjust the volume.
This type of speaker set up needs what is called a "Powered USB Hub". It has to do with the amount of milli amps needed to run the speakers. USB ports in the typical Laptop are not capable of that much power output. Has nothing to do with normal low power devices, mp3, phones, thumb drives. do not draw much power from the port. There is 5 volts there to charge phones and the like but not run powered speakers. Hope this is clear as mud, and hope it helps Fix Ya up.
open the speaker icon by the clock and check off mute on all mic and line in volume sliders. Its often just the mic giving feedback on the speakers, (if you cannot locate the mic mute box, look for it in the control panel. under audio device properties.
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Yes , you can hook X-530 to a laptop.
I have the same speakers and they come with a 'game adapter'; one side of it accommodates the three plugs and the other side has two plugs for an RCA cable adapter. All you need now is a 2xRCA plug to 1x3.5mm stereo plug which you can buy for $5-$10 from JB Hi-fi and hey presto, you can plug it all into the single headphone slot on your laptop. Thanks for using Fixya.
yes you can it has an audo cable that plugs right into your laptop. Depending on your sound car in your laptop, you might get 2 of the speakers working, because your audio card might not support audio 5.1. Which means, you have 5 speakers, but your audio card might only supprt 2 speakers, because its a 2.1 which is standard in a lot of laptops.