Question about Koss HDM 11 Computer Speakers
Could be a couple of things.
Step 1. Check to make sure the speakers are plugged in all the way into the aduio jack.
Step 2. Ensure the audio cable is plugged into the correct audio port.
Step 3. Check to ensure that the speaker knowb is turned up.
Step 4. Check to ensure that your volume on your computer is turned up.
Step 5. Check to ensure that the volume on your computer is not muted.
Step 6. Check to see if your Audio hardware is enabled on your computer.
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
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