Question about Harman Kardon Harmon Kardon SoundStick II Speaker System Computer Speakers
My son has been plugging his headphones into my Mac Mini via the headphone jack, after unplugging my Soundsticks. Recently, they've lost amplification of sound, getting progressively weaker until yesterday, finally, when I could hear nothing coming from them. Feels like the Soundsticks plug isn't seated as firmly in the jack compared to his headphones. I don't know what else would cause the problem. Is there a simple solution here, or did he short something out by plugging and unplugging the system while it was up?
U need not worry as by plugging in or out want short anything ,but if he has physicaly damaged some thing then i m sorry, but as u noted that the plug of the sound stick does not seat firmly it may be due to it that the sound not coming . try in some other system , hopefully u would find a way out
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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