Question about Packard Bell Speaker Computer Speakers
Hello. My speakers were working just fine until they underwent some transportation which may have been too much for them. Strangely enough when I plug them into the computer, even when they are not on I can hear sound through them. Then when I switch them on and try to up either the bass or volume on the control, the subwoofer lets out a horrible screeching, high-pitched sound much like tuning an old radio! I don't think this problem is fixable unfortunately, at least without taking the thing apart...
My computer has just been rebooted but now the sound dont work and iv tried other speakers and it still dont work how do i fix it
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
Are they plugged in to correct sound socket on back of computer
even if they are on monitor
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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