I read your reply to try another speaker. My system has speaker wires that merge into one computer type plug. I have had problems with the one speaker's volume going way low until you "stomp" the floor. It happens for a few days and then is fine for a month or so. Any suggestions.
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Re: 1 speaker playing
The next time it happens, try "thumping" the low speaker instead of the floor, it's probably a connection problem inside. I would need a lot more info about the system to even guess about a better diagnosis.
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No problem....just plug the subwoofer into your Green Port on the computer sound section. The Right and Left channel will merge into a monaural sound and come out of the speaker as if you were listening to music from a radio.
OK what type of keyboard are you using Serial or USB? A serial type
keyboard has a round end that plugs into the computer's PURPLE port (the
Green Port is for the mouse).
A USB type keyboard has a flat end that plugs into one of the computer's usb ports.
If you are using a Serial (Round end) type keyboard, it is not Plug and
Play (meaning you cannot unplug it or plug it in while the computer is
running or it will not be recognized). You can only plug or unplug the
serial keyboard when the computer is off. If you turn the computer off
and plug it in good then reboot and you still have a problem then since
you have tried 3 different keyboards, maybe the Purple Serial Port
where the keyboard plugs into the computer is bad. Try a USB Type
A USB (Flat end) keyboard is Plug and Play. You can unplug and plug it
while the computer is on. Also you have the luxury of plugging it into
any one of the computer's usb ports.
Fastest way to check this is to disconnect all speaker wires from the unit leaving the video hooked up and play a disc. If it keeps playing fine, you have a speaker or wire problem. If it still reacts the same, it's an internal problem and would need to be serviced. If the unit continues to play, post a reply and I will describe in detail how to troubleshoot the system. Hope this helps
2 things are needed to get sound from your speakers:
1-wiring connecting your speakers to a socket to the back of the computer. (The spot they need to plug in to ON YOUR COMPUTER is a small light green circular socket. The other end of the plug you plug in here should run to one of your speakers *usually the right side speaker-the right speaker should then have separate wiring to connect the left speaker.)
2- A source of power.
Some speakers use their own power source and plug in to a power outlet - your wall. Other types have a USB type plug and plug into a USB port in your computer and that is how THOSE get their power.
Those are the basics of sound setup. Some computers are equipped with more complicated setups such as surround sound, subwoofers, digital and more. Reply if you need more help, I will try to assist you further.
I received a reply promptly from JVC to check power connections for shorts. O course I had already done that. So as a last resort, I pushed the power switch on and held it for maybe 10 seconds. It seems to have reset the unit, and it's playing fine. Best of luck, hope you all read this and it works for y'all. AJ
Still there is no problem to your speakers... it's the Sound Driver is missing for Windows to activate the audio part of the motherboard... If you have the motherboard CD.... System properties and install the driver in order to restore that missing file...
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I had this very same problem and I had my system for about 2 weeks. I have seen a lot of similar posts on this site so it seems that this problems happens a lot. For some reason my right speaker just stopped working so i came to this site for help. I looked at alot of posts and nothing fixed the problem. when i switched the right speaker to the left input it started to work so I knew the speakers were fine. So i finally decided to unplug everything and restart my laptop. Once my laptop rebooted I plugged the sub back into the wall after about a minute of it being not plugged in. Then I plugged all the the wires and volume control back into the sub and turned the switch back on. Make sure the volume control is down when you plug everything back in. Then plug the wire into the device, which in my case was a laptop, and start to play some tunes. Right away everything was working perfectly fine again and no problems ever since...for me atleast.