Question about Computers & Internet
Thank you for your question.
In some cases the sound card you are using maybe SP/DIF (Sony Panasonic Digital Interface) and it will not "drive" analogue speakers. Therefore, no sound.
There are converters available and the most effective in my humble opinion would be a USB Cable that converts the digital output to analogue. You will need to scour your local computer places or try online to obtain one, they are quite expensive too. The other solution is to update your speakers to digital and enjoy the sound quality.
Good luck and kind regards
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