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Remove the Dell A215 speakers from the box. Place the speakers in your computer
area. The speaker with the volume knob is the right speaker and should
sit to the right of your keyboard. Place the other speaker to the left
of your keyboard.
the left speaker into the right speaker. The left unit has an
orange-brown plug that connects to a similarly colored port on the back
of the right unit. The other end of the cord is fixed to the rear of
the left speaker.
the two-prong end of the power adapter into an electrical outlet. Plug
the other end into the black power port on the back of the right
the main audio cable into your computer. This cable is fixed to the
back of the right speaker and has a green head. Plug the green
connector to the green audio-out port on your computer. This port may
be on the front or back of desktops or on either side of a laptop.
the knob on the right speaker clockwise to turn the speakers on and
increase the volume. Turn it counterclockwise to lower the volume
partially or all the way to turn the speakers off. The speakers should
work automatically on any computer with a sound card.
Let me know if this solved the problem and good luck..
Any computer should work with these provided they have a standard 1/4 headphone jack or speaker output on the back of your pc. On a pc the plug inlet has a green ring on it, the microphone goes into pink and Auxiliary Audio input is blue. If they still don't work, make sure they are getting power. If they are powered check to make sure they are fully plugged in to the pc and that it is not muted through your os. There should be an icon next to the clock in the task bar that looks like a speaker. click it and make sure the volume is up and no picture of a speaker with a red / is through it. If the / is showing it means audio is muted. Finally make sure the volume at the bottom right corner of the speakers is turned up. If all else fails try the speakers on different computer with working audio if they work then the other computer has a problem with its sound card, its settings or its driver, if they don't work on it then they may be bad. Let me know if it works or not. We'll figure it out!
Howdy, the speaker input on a Dell is often on the front and the back. It is usually the green one. The speakers from the HP should have no problem working on the dell; It doesn't care what brand of speaker it uses. Making the actual connection is only part of the deal, the mute could be on or volume turned all the way down.
If the speakers require external power, make sure they are plugged into a good outlet and turned on.
If you check all these things, and still have no sound, let me know and I will help figure out what to do next:)
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.
if the unit your tring to connect has RCA style plugs you can plug them in to the tape REC out connections on the back of the reciever.
Once you turn the reciever on an select your source it will out put on the tape REC out which in turn sends signal to the wireless device.
if the unit your tring to connect has a 1/8" or 1/4" plug you have to convert to RCA or plug into the 1/4" headphone conncetion on the front of the unit
Have you tried re-seating the USB or re-connecting the printer cable?
Have you tried moving the USB cable to another port on the computer to determine if it is communicating with the computer. When you un-plug, and re-plug you should get a disconnect tone if the laptop is speaker equiped? Do you get this tone?