Question about Philips SBP1100/37 Portable Speaker System Computer Speakers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: connecting speakers
First things first!
1) Connect the speakers to out on PC, press carefully .
2) Go to control panel and see on multimedia , that sound is enable, and not in mute. pop up volume.
3) may be is defective speakers? go and RMS the Speakers, if got warranty or change for another.
4) Good Luck!
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
Were they ever loud? If they weren't (which is my guess - judging by the picture) is that they are low wattage which essentially means that they are not intended to be loud. They are most likely to be used as a small compact, low-noise speaker for a smal MP3 player where high (club-vloume) wattage/volume is needed. If they used to be loud check the volume control on your laptop and check each and every setting that there is. One stupid little setting could be a big difference. Audio Properties in the control pannel could be helpful but don't mess with those settings in the control pannel unless you are almost positive as to what they are and what they do. You could cause yourself a bigger problem. Remember that most laptop speaker outputs are actually for headphones and are not intended to go super-high as they are designed for headphones and not to hurt ears at high volumes. Hope this helps. If not try checking back with me. Best of luck. Bonne chance!
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
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then you are ready to position your speakers if you have
more than 2 you might need to select stereo
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control panel,administrive tools,computer management,device manager,sound,right click select properties to either troubleshoot,uninstall,rollback driver
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