On mine you can barely hear it on the 9 setting. I put in a different speaker but no difference. I did look up the number on the IC chip near where the speaker connects (34119) and it came back to a 500 mW audio amplifier, so you could probably replace that and fix it. I think it's what you call a flat-pack style chip. Not as bad as surface mount but will still require a tiny soldering iron. I think the actual part number ended up being MC34119D and should cost a dollar or less.
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Hi lapitan jenn...
Try these solution to your audio problem
Look for the speaker icon on your desktop in the right bottom portion of the sceen. When you find it, RIGHT click on it, you will have two choices to make, choose and check each one of the choices to make sure that NONE of the boxes on each choice has a checkmark in Mute,if there is a check mark then uncheck it After that is down, then LEFT click on the speaker icon and make sure that the slider is all the way to the top and that the Mute does not have a check mark,if it does remove the check. If that does not work the re-download your audio driver/s
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1. check connecting a headphone to the computer and see if you get sound from the computer
2. check connecting your speakers to another sound source like a ipod / MP3 player etc
3. try playing different audio / video to confirm
4. check speaker / sound icon in the bottom right corner of your screen - click on it, see if mute is checked or volume level is lowered.
5. if the above steps do not work you have to right click on the my computer icon, click on manage and click on device manager on the left side, if you see any thing that tells you other devices with audio devices under it or any sound related device with a exclamation mark then you have to downlod the latest driver from support.dell.com
control panel sounds and audio,audio make necessary adjustments there or control panel,administrive tools,computer management,device manager,sound,could be a yellow question mark? right click to re-install drivers good luck
Hello there : if you have tried to adjust the volume on the unit and still have no volume then your volume controle know b may be faulty or the speaker inside of the unit may be bad in this case you would have to remove the 4 or 6 screws that hold the 2 halves together and seperate the 2 halves nd inspect the internal wiring to see if there is a wire that has came off of the speaker if so it will need to be soldered back into pla ok? Hope this is very helpful for you Best regards MIchael
Did you connect any external speakers or headphones? Maybe USB sound card or USB headphones? In case not then do the following.
Go to start->control panel->device manager. Expand Sound Video and Game controllers. Right click on sigmatel/realtek high definition audio and select uninstall. Then restart your notebook. Driver will be reinstalled automatically.
MAke sure to check sound volume levels : Go to start->Control panel->Sound. Playback and adjust levels.
This most likely is due to a blown internal speaker which has shorted across its voice coil rather than becoming an open circuit. Bel/Escort now uses special "high temp" speakers which resolve any failing speaker issues due to higher temperatures. I assume that your STi is out of warranty. Yet, it will be worth it ($80) to have the speaker replaced and to have your STi flashed with the latest firmware which also gives the STi a true audio ramp-up rather than just the original slow or fast audio beeps to indicate the strength of the detected radar. The new firmware also includes slight performance enhancements, and includes better filtering for Autoscan mode. This latter enhanced Autoscan filtering makes the STi noticeably quieter while driving around town.
Bel/Escort now uses a special and proprietary "high temp" speaker which resolves issues of speakers blowing due to high ambient temperatures or heat which builds up within the speaker when it is alerting for extended periods of time. If your RX65 is in warranty and you can make a photocopy of your sales receipt, then great! All you have to pay is shipping to Bel. Bell will replace the speaker with the new version, flash your RX65 with whatever the latest firmware is, and calibrate and test your RX65 too. So, all of this is peachy if your RX65 is under warranty.
If your RX65 is out-of-warranty or if it doesn't have a serial number or was bought from a non-authorized dealer, then the service charge as I recall is $80. Thats not bad since your RD will come back working like brand new.
A note about the speakers: They are made by PUI, but the speakers are proprietary to Bel/Escort. Thus you can not buy them from any source -- not even direct from PUI.
they are two on back thke the bottem then the top will come off the problem is there are two hinges in the front part on each side u have to compress each side with a very tiny flat head screwdriver. note be very careful this unit is not make to take apart easy but it can be done i have the same problem i am going to radio shack to see if the have the part for the voltage but first i am going to re sader the contection first. hope this works mark