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I assume the other two speakers are working fine. Contact Bose and ask them. Could be a simple fuse. Sounds like a fried speaker driver, but do this first. Take the back off and check the power amplifier for a blown fuse. If none, disconnect the power amplifier. Reconnect the speaker cabinet w/o the built-in power amplifier to a known good amplifier to see if the speaker works. If it works then you know its the built-in power amp that's fried. Contact Bose for a replacement or better yet buy a another one with a higher RMS watt capacity. Wattage ratings in other than RMS are worthless. JBL and Cerwin Vega produce high wattage units. You need to keep the volume lower to avoid the problem in the future.
larryagross, Sounds like you blew the speaker! The amp is sensing the voice coil is connecting to the speakers magnet or iron core and is going into a safe mode. It is possible to blow the coil even when the sub has a built in amp.
First make sure that you have the gains properly set ans not all set to their maximums. Second, disconnect signal to the sub then unplug the power for a few minutes. Third, plug the sub into a source of power on a different circuit using a surge protector.
Does the speaker make any popping at the time it powers up? If so you have a amp problem. If there is no sound produced, connect it back the the system using a different signal cable. Does the speaker now pop again when sound is produced. If so the speaker has failed. Contact a Velodyne repair facility.
if everything works fine check your audio setings lower right side of your screen right click on the speaker icon check playback devices and recording devices select using the drop down on the menus if there are other audio devices on the list try selecting that and play around your Mic if you can do a recording on microsoft and check if the mic is in mute undet the sudio properties under sounds check th mic settings ..... ^_^
whatever player are you using must be having Equalizer in it...try adjusting that [keep that down to a minimum].
Check the program for your audio device...some programs have sound options like jazz,rock,pop these are predefined equalizer changing these could also help.
Try using a different media player like VLC [it's free to download on the web]
Try uninstalling the audio driver and then reinstalling the driver.
It is quite possible that your speaker doesn't match with the Laptop's amplifier or the speaker is gone kaput [a coil problem or something needs repair...but do not repair rather buy a good speaker coz repairing loses the quality].
The original Pioneer subwoofer has its own amplifier built in to the speaker, so the only cable required on the original speaker is a single RCA cable. To connect a different brand subwoofer to the Pioneer you will have to make sure that you have a subwoofer with the same specs. It will need its own built in amp to work, as you can only connect it with one RCA
I believe the problem is that your mic isn't working properly so follow these instructions:
1: Go to control panel and click on "sound"
2: When the sound window opens click on "recording" you should find the built in mic there in the dialog.
3: Click on your built in mic and click on configure.
4: Then, click on "levels" and set the microphone level to 50 and the microphone boost to +20.0dB
If that doesn't work try doing a system restore.Or you could try restoring the defaults on the sound pref.
Hi, what you probably need to look for is driver for your sound card which is built-in into your motherboard. Try to get the model no. of your mb and proceed to their website to download appropriate drivers. Drivers are OS specific. If your sound card in a plug-in PCI card, then you would have to check the chipset number or the sound card model no. to get the right driver. Hope this helps.