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The left speaker or controlling speaker has no ... very little sound.. the right one is working. I have them hooked up to a computer with the earphone jack which splits into right and left jacks.

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Right click on your volume icon at the taskbar, & open your volume control. Check if the Master Volume - "balance" is at the center!!

Check your speaker connecting cables are securely plug in.

Hope it helps.

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