I have had these speakers for ages I don't need them any louder lol. But I want to fix them so they aren't needing to short out and reconnect the connection by inserting in the headphone jack the headphone peice it resets the current and sometimes works other times it don't..I gotta mess around with objects varying in size to cause the right position to hear my sound in full detail. No half there or distorted. My speakers have a short in the left speaker wire but I fixed that. From the looks inside the right speaker seems to be superglued together. The headphone jack is under the light peice. My windows settings are fine just a problem with proper signal resetting the pwr werks but most times I just reset it using a headphone peice.
Pleaze help me I can't keep sticking objects under my headphones to get it jus right then gotta put a heavy amount of weight on the top of the headphone peice to get it ta go full stero. I can run them without headphones but then I interupt tv watching in same room.
I know the speakers are the problem.
but how do I fix this?
I've used 98 ME and XP never had this proble this bad.
Does this help? http://www.fixya.com/support/t882518-right_speaker_stops_working
It's probably the socket - it may be that it's coming away from the board or the switch inside that cuts the speakers when you use headphones is faulty. It may be a simple resolder or you could replace the part.
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I had a similar problem with my stereo receiver not long ago. The problem ended up being a short in one of the speakers. If your speakers are powered separately from the receiver, it might be that one of them was damaged due to the storm. The short would cause the amplifier to shut down as soon as the speakers are turned on.
The easiest way to check this is to disconnect all the speakers, turn the surround sound on and then reconnect them one at a time to find which speaker is causing the problem.
you need to check all your speakers first. just because they play don't mean they aren't blown. This protects your radio from blowing out any channels. Once you replace that bad speaker or shorted out speaker, reset the radio and you are good to go.
Did you actually mean "all speakers... AREN'T working" except some tweeters? Crossovers don't protect the woofers. If crossover die all speakers they protect go silent due to loss of signal. Excess volume or distortion kills speakers and not always linearly.
If you said it wrong and some tweeters work, I'd suspect the latter above...
You (or we) could guess or you could take out one tweeter at a time and swap it with a (presumed) working one or just emasure it for dead short or open with an ohmmeter. If the tweeters check out and work elsewhere the problem would likely be within the cabinet.
The speaker you have mentioned is no need a software to use in a computer try to check if you are connected properly in your computer. See to it that you plug in the power adopter of your speaker and the input of the speaker is connected to the output of the audio of your computer.
Check to see if the unit is getting unusually hot. If it is, check the impedance of the speakers and speaker wires to make sure they aren't shorted, or close to shorted (ie - partially blown speaker). Try running the unit with the speakers detatched to see if it still happens. If the unit gets hot with no speakers and goes into overload, then we need to start checking the components inside. Look for electrolytic capacitors that are bulged at the top, or that have discolored the circuit board at their base (leaking). Any caps doing this will need to be replaced, and will likely solve the issue. If there aren't any, or if that doesn't solve the issue, start checking the transistors at the output. Look to see if there is a DC voltage riding on them, and make sure they aren't shorted out. If the power amp is a hybrid chip, see if you can find one cheap and replace it if you can't see anything else wrong, or if one of the hybrids is overheating a lot.
You have a speaker short. Disconnect all speaker wires at the receiver, then turn it back on to test. If you don't get the error code, your receiver is still ok. Reconnect your speaker wires one by one and test the power on the receiver until you find the wire that's causing the problem. Then disconnect that wire at the speaker and test again, this will determine if you have a bad wire or a bad speaker. If the receiver still reads error without speakers attatched, you will need to send it for service. While it's at service, check all wires and speakers for shorts with a meter if you can. This is the most common failure of all receivers, a shorted wire. Hope this helps
Well There Are Many Ways To Do This...Also Depending On Phone. First Thing I Would Do Is Go To Settings And Audio Or Ring Style. Some Phones Just Have Weak Speakers No Matter What You Do To Make It Louder. Other Problems Could Be Dirt Or Maybe Speaker Got Wet Somehow And Cause Speaker Damage. If You Could Tell Me What Model And More Detail Problem I Will Get Back With You. Hope This Helps.