Every thing works fine on my deck. Just cant hear music comeing out of it. it's saying that it is on mute. so i push the mute button and all i hear is a beep. so i hold the mute button and it turns off. I reset te deck but nothing happens. Still on mute. i dont know if it had a remote. I just dont know what to do. Can someone help me
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if the phone is old or has been dropped then it could be your mic that has broke. the speaker is at the top ( so you can hear ) mic is at the bottom ( so they can hear ) but if you know the phone is fine or was fine then you could of muted the call. dial out and keep the phone away from your ear so you can check the screen ( the screen turns off when you hold it to your ear ) then you can check for a mute button or secrecy button. ( we use them to put people on hold so they cant hear what we say )
What can't you find? The mute button or the iPhone? Makes a difference. If its the mute you may have the phone on silent mode. You wouldn't hear it ring or anything but you would be able to hear music, etc.
1-Check & see if Mute is on.
2-CHeck & make sure ringer volume is on (settings from Main screen,pressing 4square looking button)
3-Turn phone completely OFF,kinda like resetting it,my phone does this occasionally & does fine if i restart it.
If this doesnt work---Clarify your Prob a lil more & go from there.
I'm not sure of this system but if this was mine I would say it sounds like your playing this in a 2-Channel mode which eliminate the center channel.
you music may be set up fine, but the mode you play a dvd in may be set up for 2-channel mode. try a dolby prologic 5-channel or some other mode if you have one.
Have you tried a pair of headphones to see if they work?
Is the sound ouput muted? (a lot of laptops have a physical button to
check to see if the laptop is muted. Also, check the
volume control to see if everything is up where it should be, including
If I've got this all straight, the only thing that it can be is an
issue with the plug on the speakers and the jack on the laptop.
Obviously the computer is putting out sound to the headphone jack as
evidenced by your ability to listen through headphones. The speakers
work on another computer. So, it has to be something specific about
the Speakers on this laptop. Plug/Jack problem is the only thing that
comes to mind.
This could be a simple driver glitch. Try uninstalling the audio drivers from the device manager, then reboot. The machine will find he sound card and reinstall the drivers automatically. Then go to HP's support site and check for any updated sound drivers or patches. If it's a glitch this will fix it. Keep in mind that it could also be a hardware problem with the mute switch, so if the driver procedure doesn't work, you might consider having it serviced.