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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try placing your ear on the speakers, adjust the volume control up and down several times, you should hear a humming sound that goes up and down. if not problem with the stage before the amplifier, that is the sound processor. if you dont hear the hum. problem with the amplifier and speakers, including the sound ports or jack. dissassemble the unit. look for loose connections from speakers to amplifier.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
hi there headphone jacks usually only come in 2 sizes, an obviously large one or a small one, (the headphone and the microphone jacks on your computer will be the small ones) if you have a favorite set of phones with a small jack and you need the large one you can buy an adapter that fits the large jack when you plug the small one in. good luck
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
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