Your problem could be that in your sound manager for you computer there is no subwoofer specified. If you go into volume control, then press options and go to properties. In the lower part there is options to tick boxes for certain things. Tick the subwoofer option then go back to volume control and CRANK IT UP :D
If this option was already enabled when you posted it could be that it does have sound but not as much as you want..... or something else with your sound card. (Has been sometime since this was posted so...... yeah) Soz if this bumps this... but it has no solutions and i had this prob and that fixed it for me.
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it is completley possible that your sub has in fact blown itself out mine has some CRAZY excursion to the point ive turned down the bass on my laptop in hopes to keep it alive so order a new sub SPEAKER if the speaker works the amps FINE
One or more of the wires may have a break. If you can get similar wires from an electronic shop, you should try that first. It's also possible that the internal electronics in the sub-woofer (the volume,bass,treble controls and the related electronics) developed a fault. In that case, only a service technician can repair it.
The Sub-woofer provides nearly all the base for this particular setup.
On the back .......usually.......but somewhere .........you will have an adjustment
knob or switch.......usually a knob......... turn it up a lil' bit, until you achieve your desired sound settings..........
Also, go into the volume meno of your desktop (windows desktop)
and adjust the settings there....as well as any software your are using to listen to your media, since that will override the default/windows settings during playback.
My problem is fixed now. I plugged the speakers into the earphone socket. There was no immediate effect just silence. I twiddled the control on the bass unit, played with the volume controls on the sticks. Then I realised the sound was back with the external speakers not the internal ones. It was as though the Harman Kardon system was re-booting itself. Very weird.
Hi, it is possible that the sub volume control is worn out. If your particular brand/model uses the rotary/wiper type (variable resistor) then replacing it should do the trick but this involves soldering which be done by an electronics technician or qualified to perform such repairs/replacement. Hope this helps. Cheers.