Jensen JMP 50 sounds like I am in a tunnel or well.
I have a new dell desk top with vista home premium. My speakers did not come with the computer but were ones I had from a previous computer. They are the Jensen JMP 50. I am getting sound but it sounds like I'm in a well or tunnel. The echo is horrible. How do I get rid of the echo....
Re: Jensen JMP 50 sounds like I am in a tunnel or well.
Have you powered up the speakers have you checked the sound drivers?? but remember the sound of the Jensen JMP-50s is a bit hollow and lacking in bass, and the speakers do lack bass and treble controls, which can often be found in other speakers in the same price range.
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make sure the stereo (or whatever is sending the signal) is not muted, make sure the volume is turned up.
Make sure the connectors are both plugged in, contacts are clean, and you arent short circuiting the wires.
Sorry just doublechecked your board specs. Go to the sound properties in control panel. Click on the configure speakers option. If everything is plugged in right then windows should configure it for you to a 5.1 config. Hope this helps.
Yes, it could be mother board or bad speaker wire. Or get another sound card and have someone install it for you and load the driver. again, If you have the driver for that old sound card, remove and install it again.If the sound card is on the mother board, go to the manufacture and download the driver.
What speakers (+sub) are you using (brand/model)?
You have to consider whether it is basic 2, or 5.1 or 7.1.
the Dell Dimension 9200C uses multiple sound connector at the back, the center/LFE connector (orange) should go to the sub-woofer in a 5.1 or 7.1 speaker system.
An online manual is available @ http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/dim9200C/en/SM_EN/about.htm
Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things are or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.