The only numbers/letters I can find on this Packard-Bell speaker set is a paper label with: PHSP53971268. I need to know the power requirements (i.e. 9vdc @ 300mA) of this thing. Can anyone help me with this info? Any and all assistance IS GREATLY appreciated. Thank you very much.
Terry K. Harris
I have a power source that cam with similar speakers that is labeled Packard Bell Plug In Class 2 Power supply
Model @ 012-10-1000-07
Input: 120VAC 60 hz 25W
Output 9VDC 1A
BPCS #: 146139
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As per Packard Bell http://www.packardbell.co.uk/pb/en/GB/content/online-support The modelnumber is located on the bottom of the netbook on a label above the serial number. Alternatively, the modelnumber will be located in the Basic Input Output System (BIOS) setup pages, which can be entered by pressing the F2 key when powering on the system. In the BIOS, it will be under the Information tab as Product Name, or use the arrow keys to navigate to Product Information, and press Enter. The product name will be listed in the page that shows.
Honestly, if they are packard bell speakers they are 1. old, 2. may have a propritery connection that is no longer found. A new set of speakers will only cost $20 at walmart, might be easier to just invest in a new set!
Make sure you have the right power source. Amps make a difference, If it requires 1 amp and you are only putting in 200 mA, then you might not have enough "juice". You can test the speakers using an MP3 player or something of similar sort through the earphone jack. If the speakers work, check you sound card functions.
Tell me when did your speakers work fine?
Make sure the speakers are turned on and not set on mute.
Open control panel - click sound option - make sure options are not greyed out here.. if they are then you need to install the sound drivers...
Let me know your computer model number hope that i can paste the link to download the driver..
Packard Bell (160248-01) Computer Speakers with a 12
volt power source worked OK,
Tried a 9 volt and it also worked.
This pair of speakers is grey with a
barrel design. The mounting surface placed flat is approximately 10.25
inches by 3.75 inches. Each end has a rainbow design with a depth of 2.75
inches. By placing with the mounting surface flat on your desk gives you an out
of the floor design. The front edge from the desk to the bottom edge is 1.5
from the surface to the top edge with a 3.75 inch. Suggesting you may mount
them under your desk, on the side by your legs or stand them on each side of
I am told they come in white and black also I found them rather large for what I need but your decision is you should be happy before buying a pair.