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Every thing is on theres no indication that the speakers blown but put when i plug in the usb in sound comes at all the computer only recodnise;s it once in a few weeks i know its not my computer because i tried it on 3 other computers and had the same result (but now i get no sound)

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You tried it on 3 other computers and ther is no sound at all that mean ther is problem in your set try with connceting thru other audio cable and see . bye

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You can go to the control panel and then double click the sounds and audio device. On the audio, under default device select the newly installed device audio or what ever indicated in the selection.
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I checked my speakers there not blown out still making buzzing sound. Why?


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Where do I connect the speakers to the monitor. I have a Flatron L1922P monitor. I ordered 2.0 USB Multimedia speakers that come with a 3.5mm stereo plug and USB plug. I must not being doing something...


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Depending on your speakers, you may or may not be required to keep the stereo plug connected in order to get sound. Some models transmit model over the USB connection and others just use the USB connection as a way to supply power to the speakers and need the stereo plug to be connected in order to have sound. I suggest trying both.

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Whole system is mute, power is on but theres no sound comming out even changing the audio input cable


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I plugged my speakers into a USB port on the back of my Dell Optiplex GX240 (which runs Windows XP), pressed the + button which turned on the little light which indicated that the speakers were getting...


this is a know issue with sound card with many users, even i am a victim of sound card failure, i have found an alternative...i too have used the USB mode, i bought a 1$ USB sound adaptor @Ebay, and connected my speakers to that...
u too can do that....

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HK Sounsticks lost sound


u need not worry as by plugging in or out want short anything ,but if he has physicaly damaged some thing then i m sorry, but as u noted that the plug of the sound stick does not seat firmly it may be due to it that the sound not coming . try in some other system , hopefully u would find a way out

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