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Re: speakers won't work
Hi, you may want to try plugging the input line of the Dell speaker to the other jacks. Normally green is for speaker, pink - microphone and blue is for line-in and all are normally at the back of the computer. Sometimes, the back are deactivated if there are jacks in the front., so you may to try plugging it in the front if they are present. Assuming the speakers light/power up, if you want to check if they are working is by touching with your finder the input plug which should produce a humming sound. Also worth to check the drivers of your sound card. Hope this works for you. Regards.
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sound dead, no OS stated, is this XP:? no PC stated, just a screen monitor F1903 (old) to have sound , there is no need for modems or the internet for sound. ever. I guess this is a desk top PC, yes some use external monitors on laptops for good reasons, (its bigger) so cant tell what you have there but guess some PC desktop is it a HP desktop, ?
my guess With select models, one set of Harmon Kardon speakers with a DC cable and a DC power adapter.
if that is what is connected?, (is it?) then the DC pack is not plugged in, the DC pack power the speaker amp, in the speaker box where ever it resides. has no power applied there will be , no sound if true.
ive no idea at all what you have there, you need to say or show photos.?
The Efx 12 has two outputs monitor out as well as mix out ( XLR sockets ). If the level bars are moving its an indication that the mixer is working. Have you tried headphones out as well as monitor out. What is your amplifier and speaker setup- you have not mentioned it at all. Even if any PFL switch is on you won't get sound out of the speakers. PFL stands for Post Fade Listen and when any of the 12 channel PFL switch is on only the headphone out put will work.
Speakers are either blown or liquid got into them which is why you would not get sound. Either way you need to get the Gameboy Advance SP replaced or have it sent into Nintendo if the warranty is still good.
Make sure the speakers are connected to the correct jack (Speaker out Green, Mic In Pink)
Make sure speakers are plugged in and turned on.
If you have integrated audio built in to the motherboard, make sure Audio is enabled in the BIOS. If you have a soundblaster or other 3rd party Audio card installed in the motherboard expansion slot, then make sure integrated audio is OFF in the BIOS.
Download and reinstall sound card drivers from support.dell.com
click on the check box only sarround kit in the speaker configration and see to that u have connected all the ports correctly check out with the software turn everything to defaults do a sound test in ac97 configration if all the speakers are working properly then ur speakers are right and there might be some wrong settings in the audio driver software and u can set it right by the above stated method or else reinstall the audio driver and it make the settings as i have stated above if u have have sound blaster card in that software u should make the settings to 5.1 after all these also ur speakers are not working play ur speakers in some other computer which plays these 5.1 channel speakers there also if the problem persists ur speaker is not proper if does not do the setings as i have stated above then the speaker should play the sound
Have you tried the speakers on something else it could be the plug clapped out Thats a bold question when one says "I know the speaker is not defective,".....it sounds simple...but I think a little more common sense HERE!!! You might want to try some headphones if the sound comes out of the computer than the problem clearly lies with the speakers sometimes they may like they were going good but when on the move some strange things happen to the speakers that one cant quite fathom. I think your speakers have clapped out why Im positive they have.......goodluck