Question about Audio Players & Recorders
First of all check your wiring is right. If you have a pair of speakers they need power so they should have a wire which goes into the electrical supply. Then they need to be connected to each other and thirdly they need to be connected via a wire probably green-tipped into a port on your computer. Probably green also. Once all these wires are in you can test them.
Find a CD or something and see if it will play. If not you need to go into control panel. Click start and find the control panel. You can type the word "control" in the "run" or "search" option if you want to(depends on whether you have XP or Vista) Look for your sound options. They may be set to mute or no-sounds. Enable them and your speakers should work. Also check that your volume is up......obviously :)
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
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