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Sub issues I was playing my music off my cpu at a regular volume on these speakers that I've had since christmas and have had no problems up to this point. I had my music going and then all of the sudden the music stopped and all you can hear is a deep humming bass. The volume control does nothing, all the cables are in the right place so im not really sure why its making the noise.

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  • marjhn4244 Jan 02, 2009

    My sub was playing just fine until I moved to a different location. Now I don't here any sound at all and everything is hooked up properly

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Anonymous

Would suggest that the power amp in side the speakers havs failed. Try to plug the speakers into a ipod then you can prove if tis the speakers or the Pc.

Posted on Jul 26, 2007

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