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As I seem to recall the very first version was powered by the computer and as such may not be compatible with your Mac. I may be thinking of Apple's Clear speakers though? Do your HK Soundsticks have a power adapter or AC cord?
First things First:
1) check cables, and the input cable to your PC.
2) Check for right voltage, may be somethings is chargind a lot**
3) Power regulator on the Speakers is damage.
4) RMS your Spks, for replace. or warranty.
5) try in another computer. ( if apply)