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Re: how to fix your speakers
Could you post with more specifics?
If you're sure its the speakers then you can get a product that fixes the membrane(a torn membrane sounds like... a torn membrane), or you could replace the speakers, making sure you get replacements with the right voltages(take originals with you to shop).
But it also could be a problem that's leading up to the speakers, and that's more tricky. you got to have the equipment to trace the voltages going into the speaker and find the fault, check where it stops.
Good luck, and don't get electrocuted please
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Make sure the Volume is high on the monitor as well as on the PC. the speaker cable that is connected to the back of the tower to the back of the monitor you have to connect that speaker cable to the front on the tower in the headset port and try to play some music. that should work out if there is no issue with the sound driver.
You can uninstall the sound driver from the device manager and reinstall it. update the driver.
first make sure that your monitor has all of the drivers and speakers built into it.and that you have a a good audio cable.know that you have to have it in the audio port with the green around it(the middle one)you can't take regular speaker and plug them into the monitor.but you can plug them into the green port in the middle.also make sure that your other speaker are good.if you got any more questions email me at [email protected]
It's could be your LCD Monitor got surges inside...
Turn off your computer and unplugs all the cables from the monitor and computer too. Wait for 10 seconds... then reconnecting all the cables back and turn on your pc. If that doesn't solve the problems... then open the back cover to checked any loose audio cables. Good lucks!
First of all you need a sound card on your computer with a Spk. (Speaker) or Phones (headphones) Out Jack it might be a symbol of a small speaker or headphones. You have to be sure you are getting a actual sound output signal from this sound card too. If the sound card is not working your moniter speakers would not have a signal to drive it. You also need a 1/8" Stereo 2 male stereo plugs on both ends, one end plugs in back of moniter other plugs in back of computer like I mentiond above. Make sure your Mute button is not selected on your computers volume button usally at bottom right of screen. Make sure the volume buttons are up to aprox 3/4 up also. Then for last on the moniter look in the menu i think you might have to keep pressing the menu button but i kind of forget now but its a Spk setting and volume setting in this speaker setup within the moniter as well make sure this is turned on and set at a higher volume level as well. Thats about all I can say without taking the moniter apart and checking the jack and wires and speakers. I would suggest you take it to a electronics or a tv repair or computer repair person to go any further then this. Hope you take time to read all of this I tried to put every step in here to help anyone out with this problem. Thanks for reading.