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Sound but no picture

I am getting the sound to work but not sure how the plugs go to get the picture as well as the sound

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This is an amplifier, it has nothing to do with picture

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Check the easy stuff first: make sure the volume is at a reasonable level and play sounds from multiple sources like pandora, youtube, a local mp3 etc to make sure issue is consistent.

Next make sure the one or more wires are plugged into the correct ports. Or at the very least the green wire is plugged into the green plug on the computer (unless they're USB speakers?).

You could always look at the sound settings of Windows and see (if your sound card has multiple plugs) if the plugs and assigned different functions (base speaker versus microphone/headphone etc.). Hope this helps!

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Not to sound like I am taking the pi**, but arae you sure you plugged into earphone/audio out????
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You may need to maximize the volume-control on the iPod *AND* on your speakers, but you should hear some sound, if the speakers are working.

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Make sure that you have not "muted" nor "minimized" the sound on your computer.

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