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Speakers have no sound.

I have The Boston Acoustics BA7800 sound system and there is no sound cominng out I have power and it is hooked up correctly. If I need new ones where do I go to find out what speaker can be used instead because these are no longer available. They went out before but never this long.

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  • ct20850 Nov 17, 2008

    I have the same problem. No sound at all. Not sure if the fuse is blown. If it is, can I fix it? and how?. Who knows, it could be the front speaker. The one that control the master, surround, and bass. I have no glue. Please help

  • Anonymous Jan 30, 2009

    I have the same problem on the surround speakers. The front speakers work. No sound from the suorround jacks on the subwoofer. Tried reinstalling Sb Audigy and no good. Wondering if possibly its a problem with XPS/SP3?

    Mike

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Have you tried other speakers? If so did they work? You might try updating the sound card drivers.

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