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Re: My right control speaker doesn't work.
We need to diagnose whether it is the speakers are at fault!
Take the speakers and plug it into another device with stereo output. i.e. a cd play or mp3 player!
If the speakers function fine then its whatever you had the speakers plugged up to is giving trouble if not then try playing with the speaker wires a bit and see if the right speakers doesn't work at any time!
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Hi, I had this problem too but thankfully I figured it out after a investigating a few settings. I was very frustrated because the light came on and the buttons would manipulate my MacBook Pro and MacBook sound, but nothing came out of the speakers. Solution:1.) Click on System Preferences, 2.) Choose "Sound", 3.) Select the "Output" button in the middle of the top bar, 4.) in the selectable menu, choose USB (of course your speakers must be plugged in for this to show). Tada! You can even balance the Left and Right speakers in this menu. Hope that works for you too!
If one speaker doesn't work, then I would check the audio with another set of speakers. It could also be the sound balance that is turned all the way to the right. You can change the volume and balance in the control panel and sounds icon.
Hello, Thanks for the detailed explanation... It seems to be there is a short or misplaced (+) (-) leads on the speaker connection you made..sometimes a tiny cable piece can make a short in between the leads and cause such problem..My recommendation is: ** take all the wires off.. ** install only B speaker leads and test it..( make sure LEFT and RIGHT (+) and (-) leads properly and individually connected to the right places on the back......it is important...This causes balancing problem.. ** if it works fine... ** than go ahead and install the A speaker leads..and test it.. if you do everything properly both A and B speakers should work fine as independently ...
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Well the jack you plug in has three surfaces. So when you pulled it part way out then the left speaker part of the plug came in contact with the right speaker contact inside the jack and it worked. Speakers are good so if you have checked your volume control in Windows and checked that the balance control is centered it could be that your sound card is defective. You didn't tell me what kind of computer you have and if the sound card is built into the motherboard or if it is an add on card. I don't know if you only have the Window's sound control in Control Panel or if your card has a seperate software for configuring your card but I think the only thing that might disable the left speaker has to be the balance control in Window's sound control or the seperate software.
the first thing to establish whether its the speakers would be to try them on a different computer. If there is some sound, that means its getting some feedback. Maybe you could go to sound manager in your control panel, or on the volume menu that you can access by clicking the volume icon on your desktop taskbar, you know, by the time and stuff. Once there, adjust the balance by moving the slider all the way to either side to see if its unbalanced. You might also wanna adjust the sound scheme from mono to stereo or dolby digital which would be in the same menu/ window. Does the right speaker thats plugged into the tower have a balance (R)ight and (L)eft? you might also want to adjust that to either side. If that is not helping, maybe there is a hardware issue with the left speaker, maybe a short, or a problem with the wire and you might have to replace that speaker if you do not know how to fix speakers. Tell me how everything works out.
i've got the same speakers & have noticed that depending on the type and quality of the device that i plug them into i'll sometimes only get sound from the right speaker. i've deduced that this is due to the type of output the device offers. for example, if i plug the green tip of the cord into the headphone jack of a television with only one speaker only the right speaker will work. hope this helps
if you have plugged correctly without any losse contact it should work if not o think your speaker configration is not correctly set go to the control panel->sounds and audio devices->device volume->advanced there u set that balance slider to middle of all volume control,wave,sw synth,line in etc.. then go to speaker settings in the same window of sounds and audio drivers there in speaker settings click on advanced you get another window in that drop down box specify your speaker configration wether is desktop speakers laptop mono speakers or stereo headphones etc specify the right one you have then ok after this in speaker settings click on speaker volume and keep left and right speakers to maximum then apply ok this will work check it out if stil not worked tell me what ws the result ill solve that for u
Check the jack at the back of the computer see if it is inserted fully. if it is give it a spin between your fingers and wiggle a little to see if sound balances out. But don't forget there are several places to balance your speakers in your operating system on your computer. And what program you are using for playback. if the are self amplifing speakers unplug the jack completely out of the back of the computer. and plug in a pair of headphones and listen. If it is balanced there it is from the cable to the speakers. If it is not balanced it is the soundcard or the software. at least this will give you a place to start.