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No sound I just re-hooked my speakers to my computer and there is no sound. (ive tried wiggeling the connection cords, moving the cordsto different slots,

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If you know your speakers are working and there is nothing wrong with them go on your computer and go to sound settings in control panel and adjust treble bass and volume.

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