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I dont know exactly know what these things are called but, in the back of the subwoofer theres the little port things with the holes for you to stick the speaker wires in, one of them isnt working for me. I try that particular speaker in another hole and it works... can these holes die? What could be the cause one of these little speaker red/black hole things are not working?
what is the name for these holes? lol
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Re: 5.1 GMX ProMedia Issue
The jacks on the back are probably for an amplifier output and you probably have had the speaker wire stripped too long possibly shorting out the amplifier as this is a common problem, if not stripped too long it may have just failed, also you need to check by unplugging from back of computer and hook up to a walk man or something with a headphone jack, see if still dead, might also be the cable from the computer to the speakers. Good luck. :-)
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Those three analog inputs are designed for a 5.1 or higher computer sound card (front, rear, and sub/center) with analog outputs. Onboard sound cards are mostly poor quality, so the Klipsch will not sound as good as if you have a better internal or external sound card (such as Creative's Sound Blaster, e.g., SB1). If you only have a digital surround sound source, such as a TV, Xbox, satellite or cable receiver, then you need a digital to analog decoder. Klipsch made a nice decoder, the DD-5.1. It converts optical and other digital signals to the analog signals your Klipsch ProMedia uses.
check all the wires and attach your music system to any other system to see if its is working..if not there might be a hardware issue with your music system .show it to any tehnical shop who repairs computer devices like woofers to find problem. ------------------------------------------- Please let me know your feed-back.