Question about Sonic EV SonicXS 4.1 Computer Speakers
These speakers will play for a few minutes, and then a loud hum takes over and they sound distorted. Any ideas?
Have you set the computer up for 4.1 speakers in the audio software? Go to start control panel and click on sound's speech and audio device's, then click on sound's and audio device's. A window should pop up with a load of menus at the top, click on the one that says volume. Where it says speaker settings click on the advanced button. Click on the menus until the picture lookslike your system you have.
Posted on Apr 18, 2007
depending on the brand of your speakers (creativelabs) etc, have different models, but some of them have problems with AMP, and subwofers. Send me your brand or model, to help you out more direct, or depending on the brand, some models lile 5600 from CL. have problems on the AMP module on the sub. have to change or fix the AMP chip.
hope I can help
Posted on Nov 17, 2007
SOURCE: No sound on EV SonicXS 4.1
Good day Idn2000
you may check also in the manual your actual conection, and see if is the right, then check on control panel and speaker setup, for 4.1 setting. if the speakers don't work,at back, something is bad inside the controller, on sub. be carefull opening and moving things inside, but you can check that .
Posted on Nov 28, 2007
the subwoofer is acting as a amp , wats the problem?
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
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