I bought a used HK695 computer speaker system but when I got it home it didn't work. On close inspection I came to find that the outer caseing that holds the fuse in is missing (the area between the power cord and the power switch marked To 75A 250V) Do you guys have any ideas on how I can safely jerryrig a casing so that the fuse will stay inserted and connect to the power supply?
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They are speakers and therefore do not require a drive, well, I have never seen speakers that require one anyways. Your sound card is what needs drives but as long as you have the right connection (3.5mm jack) to plug into your speaker port the speakers should just work. If you need a specific program for advanced controls of the speakers then I would recommend going to the manufacturers website for downloads.
Download this software and it should give you information on where to get the driver you are requesting. Initially ur speakers are using an integrated sound card which is found on the motherboard and you need to know what kind of sound card it is to download the driver to make your speakers work.
Have you made recent changes to the comp? What computer is it, what's the O.S.? Sounds like maybe the driver is gone. Go to the device manager in the control panel and check for a yellow question mark or exclamation mark, if you find one, right click and click update driver, then follow the directions on the screen. Luck
http://www.harmankardon.com/product_support/SupportDetails.aspx?Region=USA&Country=US&Language=ENG&cat=&prod=HK695&sjump=ps&ky=295752998DFB844994AFB5150B637833&#active copy and paste There is everything you'll need, troubleshooting, manuals, and drivers...HK695 Please leave rating.
Your problem is you have a 3 channel sound card on your dell and you bought 5 channel speaker system. You can plug the green to green and get 2.1 sound but you will have to by a 5.1 pci sound like in the link below to get the full use of your 5.1 system.
In addition to all the screws mentioned in the bottom of the speaker, the HK695 has an internal brace that runs the length of the case and provides a support bracket for the speaker. To separate the halves of the sub woofer, carefully use a paperclip or something similar to hook the screen over the speaker and pull it off. Once the speaker is exposed, remove the four screws, pull out the speaker and disconnect the speaker wires. Remove the speaker. At this point, the halves will separate enough for you to disconnect the two multi-connector electrical cables that run from the circuit board in the base to the circuit board in the top. Once that is done the case will come apart.