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On my Kenwood vr-505 Under the speaker symbol it says clip and there is no sound coming from the speakers


Hello. My name is Dave. Unplug the receiver. Plug it back in. When you first push the power button, you should hear one relay click. Within about 5 seconds, you should hear another click. My guess is, you don't hear the second click. Am I correct?

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My speakers ios properly connected to my wipro computer(HCM782M)but we don' hear any voice by speakers ...


Is the audio card or on board audio enabled? What about the sound properties? is the volume muted? Power supply for speakers working? Are the speakers working? Unplug the cable and touch the tip of the jack- you should hear noise when you make contact. The fast way to test them.

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I hear echo sound every time i play music/movie and i cant figure out to turn it off "how"


Does it happen with headphones in as well? If not, do you have a built-in-microphone? Sometimes the sound coming of the speakers can be picked up by the microphone, resulting in an echo sound. Make sure that the microphone is off (or test it by covering it up while playing some music), and quit out of any applications that are using it.
If you hear it in the headphones as well, it could be a sound card problem, which means it would need replacing. If you don't hear it in the headphones, but hear it in the speakers and don't have a mic, it's either your speakers, or (more likely) your computer just doesn't get along with whatever software you're using to play movies/music.

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I plugged the speaker but still i cannot hear any sound.


check your control panel>sound and devices>audio, you must see an option that state your sound device, if you don't have that option their might probably a problem with your sound driver.

Sep 09, 2011 | Acer 90.00012.30B Computer Speakers

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I have a set of logitech X-530 speaker for my computer with windows home 7, i have had the front left and front right speaker working properly, however now i cannot get any sound from any of the...


Try to disconnect the input connector of your speaker and touch the input jack of the unit if you hear a hazing sound it means your speakers are working properly but if you don't hear any sound your speakers are bad. Open the speaker unit and check the amplifier section of your unit. If you don't see any burned electronic component inside. Check the wiring of your unit.
To check if the audio of your computer is working. Plug in the input a headset if you hear a sound while you playing a music in your computer it means the audio of your computer is working good.

Jul 12, 2011 | Logitech X-530 Computer Speakers

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Unit powers up, cd and radio seem to be operating properly, but no sound is heard, unit worked fine a few days before, all wires are conected, everything seems unchanged


Well...as you said...the unit powers up...so you don't have a "dead set".I don't know if the speaker can be disconnected from the unit.As a rule of thumb...it is very rare that both channels (left and right )fail at the same time...it is usually one channel while the other speaker still operates.This is what I want you to do...In a quiet room..get really close to the unit...Switch it on and listen for any sound from the speakers...get really close...you should hear a slight hum from the woofers and a high frequency "hiss" from the tweeters....If no sound is heard..switch the unit off..You should hear a "plip" sound...If not...switch it on again...you should hear a slight "bump" sound from the woofers...If you hear no sound from the speakers at all..there is a problem with the output stages of the amplifier section.If you do hear sounds fron the speakers,,Turn up the volume and watch for an increase visually on the display (such as ascending numbers).If there is no indication of a volume increase...The "mute" may be stuck on..Try switching it off and on...please let me know what happens after you do all the tests....Looking to hear from you......PEACE!!!
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The two speakers emit no sound, they are not found under devices, but you hear a bit of static when you plug them into the port. Surely there cannot be drivers for such a device.I have an Acer with...


Hi maggiepiano1
Check first if you plugged the jack in the right slot ( green ) .
Your speakers don' t need drivers but your sound card well . Check that also .
Best regards ,
fanaudi .

Jul 04, 2011 | Insignia 2.0 Speaker System (2-Piece)

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The top part of the mackie speaker isnt working. all that is working is the big bottom part, and the sound sounds like the bass is the only thing coming out.


The typical cause of this is a blown tweeter or the tweeter has broken off of the horn and fallen inside the cabinet. Remove the screws from the horn and carefully remove the assembly. Try the speaker at low volumes to see if you hear any sound at all. Next, remove one of the wires and using a 9Volt battery quickly touch the 2 leads on the tweeter. If you don't hear a click, the tweeter needs to be replaced. Contact Mackie service for a replacement.

If you hear a click, then the problem is in the crossover or amp and further investigation willbe required.

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I don't hear any sound from logitech x-230, after i have installed driver into my PC


check your green cable. did you mute sound? icon next to clock, lower right corner

May 28, 2011 | Logitech X-230 Computer Speakers

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I don"t hear any sound from my speaker i connected to my pc all my setting are correct


hi
I read your problem.
your problem is that you don't hear any sound from your speaker when you connect to your pc and you also say your setting are correct.
but again you check your setting in my way
  1. Go to control panel
  2. than go in your sound option
  3. than check your speaker wire pin is connected properly if not than connect it properly
  4. is your computer show your speaker are connected properly
  5. than there is a option to test or check your speaker means it when you click your left speaker create sound than right
  6. if you hear sound means it is correct or your hear only one side than check your volume option
  7. if you don't hear any sound it means your speaker is dead.And also connect nearby computer shop.

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