I have had trouble setting up my system. In fact, my system is not reading any of the speakers. The icon on the receiver is reading S, and if it were able to read the speakers it would say one of two things (S A or S B). I have checked the speaker connections several times and everything is snug and secure. I would like to get some input on what I need to do to get my system of this mode! The manual that was provided has been no help whatsoever!
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I can't figure out what you are asking. Can you rephrase your question? What operating system are you using, Win7? If so, try right-clicking on the "speaker" icon found in the system tray (lower right hand side of screen) and select 'Open Volume Mixer' option. Make sure all settings are not set to minimum. It could be another config setting. Explore other options under the "speaker" icon.
I got a DAV system that had exactly the same
problem, ie. it was stuck in "headphone mode", this mode should be
active when headphones are attached then it should revert to amplifier
mode when the headphones are removed. I opened the cover and
removed the amplifier output board (the one where the speaker wires
connect to) and soldered the following dry joints. 1) large brown capacitor on the amp output board. 2) dry joints on the rear headphone socket (the one that has the connecting lead from the front headphone socket) 3)
Then one of the surround channels didn't work so I soldered further dry
joints on all the coils (white vertical rectangular blocks) I tested all surround chanels before putting the lid back on (careful, watch the mains) and found all was now working ok.
3 possible solutions:-
• Adjust the Windows volume control - select the speaker icon from the Settings Charm or click the arrow on taskbar to show the hidden icons in Windows desktop mode, then click the speaker icon. Ensure that the volume is turned up and the sound is not muted. Adjust the volume, bass, or treble controls to eliminate distortion.
• Reinstall the audio driver.
• Disconnect any headphones from the headphone connector - sound from the speakers is automatically disabled when headphones are connected to the computer's side-panel headphone connector.
I also give a link below to a page from which you can download the full manual for future reference.
3 Ports on the side- Pink,Green,Black Pink Port is LineIn for an external device player jack
Green Port is LineIn for the Microphone jack Black Port is LineOut for Headset or External Speakers jack
Plug the Green jack on Headphone - into the Black Port on the laptop. b) Go to Control Panel and open - RealTek HD Audio manager On the top of Page are 3 Icons -
One Icon is labelled Speakers One is for Digital optics, one is for Mic, The Speakers Icon is misleading as it is also for Headphones (LineOut)
Select Speaker Icon and make it Default. Also tick Full Range - Front LR Ignore the 4 vertical Analog Icons on the right side.
You should now have Headphone sound if your volume is not Muted.
Click start control panel on the left select hardware and sound then select manage audio devices then recording you should see a microphone right click select enable windows 7
Click start control panel on the left select hardware and sound then select manage audio devices then recording you should see a microphone right click select configure speech recognition then you will see earphones with a speaker among a list set up a microphone headset with microphone then next and next again you should see your earphones with microphone being configured Click start control panel sounds and audio devices select advanced there might be a tick in the mute box untick it or select audio from the microphone drop down list make sure you have the right one selected and in the volume box make sure the microphone box has a tick in it or select the voice tab make sure that you have the right media selected also select volume make sure the box for microphone has a tick in it or you might have to depending on your operating system Click start Control Pannel Click on Hardware and Sound
Click on Sound then you devices should come up ; speakers, Digital Audio, and headphones
plug your headphones in then select headphones
at the bottom it will say set as default select that!!
then when you disconnect your headphones it automatically switches to the speakers and when you plug them back in it automatically will switch to headphones
You can try running a system restore and restore the system to a point when the sound was working. Probably a software conflict has caused the problem. You can also run a hardware diagnostic that is usually included with the notebook.
I finally solved this problem. Buy a CSR v4.0 enabled bluetooth dongle
on ebay, plug it in to a usb slot. Right click the bluetooth icon in
system tray and select "Settings" and tick "Allow bluetooth devices to
find this computer." Then click "add a device",
turn on your bluetooth headphones and the headphones will show up in
bluetooth devices. Add the device, then right click your speaker icon in
the system tray, select playback devices. From the menu, select the
headphones and set them as default. I did this
and they work perfectly. Furthermore when I turn the headphones off,
the sound goes back to normal speakers - no other adjustments made. Turn
the headphones on again and the sound defaults to them. I noticed on an
earlier failed install of the headphones when
they did appear in Devices and Printers that the drivers were CSR
something enabled. I did try some cheaper dongles and the actual
Plantronics USB dongle(expensive) to no avail. Get a CSR 4.0 enabled
device. Mine cost 6.00AU total.
The problem is probably in their set up, unless your speakers have a problem - you do have speakers? Your webcam has no bearing on their broadcast or audio - in fact you can still see and hear other contacts even if you have no webcam installed yourself.
Check your speakers
TEST SPEAKERS Right click on speaker icon in System Tray or from Control Panel Select "Playback Devices" The speaker icon ( checked as working) and volume level graph should be visible Right click on the volume graph and click "Test" Left hand speakers followed by right hand should be heard
If you have a desktop and no speakers fitted buy, a set of headphones for your chats
I had the same problem... but I knew that my 2 yr old had been playing with the headphone jack on the BC-150. Evidently, the system thought that headphones were still plugged in to the port on the front right of the unit, even though none were present. The solution that worked for me was to take some headphones, plug them COMPLETELY into the system (another set of headphones would not insert all the way, so I found a new set and used those to completely insert into the headphone port) while playing a CD and listen for a few seconds and then simply unplug them. Viola! Sound came back. Hope this helps.