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My speakers were working fine. Then I decided to move them to another room. I hooked them up and now only a low buzz comes from the speakers. A blue light is on in the base of the speaker unit. Can you help me to get them to work again, please?

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Speakers are quite difficult to get damaged. When you hook up speakers and instead of the expected output something else is gotten then it simply means that the speakers are not properly hooked up.
Common mistakes in hooking up speakers are mixing up the wires instead of connecting the brown ones to brown you mix them up with the silver or white.
First check to ensure that your speakers are properly connected to each other then also check that you have put them in the right port for your computer.
Hope this solution has been helpful?

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