Question about Dell 5650 Computer Speakers
What has most likely happened, is that the speakers were over-powered and could not deal with the amount of sound. Or the other thing that would have happened, is that the fuse blew. If either of these is the case, the only solutiono is to purchase a new fuse for the speakers,(make sure you notice the voltage of the fuse - (find that on the original fuse itself.))
And after that, don't listenm to music that loudly again!
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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