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No sound I just recently moved, when I plugged my speakers in for the first time after the move, I have power, but no sound whatsoever. What's the problem?

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I just had the same problem.
Take a look at the gold connectors where the remote cable attaches to the subwoofer; they bend easily when moving the speakers.

If one of them in bent, use a screwdriver to fix it. That should do it.

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Be sure they are plugged into the right jack on back of sound card. Also, plug speakers into a second different PC with good working sound. This will verify that the spaekers are still ok. If speakers are ok, then check in control panel under Sounds, see if a sound cscheme is selected. If No Scheme selected, select one, then respond NO if prompted to keep scheme.

Posted on Apr 30, 2008

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