Sound is not coming in my computer speaker.the connection to the speaker through cable is cutted at middle when i saw in morning . i do no whats the problem after that i gave the connection to it but its not working. i try-ed in another pc but no result .the power is ok.
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1 st check u r speakers ..........are they o k or not..
i think ur speakers r shot or not working......
to check u r speakers u can use any other audio source like a walkman,other computer. etc....
if u find that ur speakers are ok them u should check u r volume controle on ur computer man.............is u r volume is mute...
if u problem still reman then follow these steps..
1.check u r all cable connection ....they should be properly attached
2.go to u r computrs controie panal..
3.select sound & audio device..
4.check u r all audio driver r working properly or not....
5.if volume is mute...get off the mute..
i m 100% sure u r problem will be solved man..
dont forget to tell me u r problem solved or not
best regards & best of luck..
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This could be because the speakers arn't getting a stereo signal, but first, double double TRIPLE check the wires are connected correctly. Iknow it sounds patronising but I don,t know if you are 8 or 80 years old and it's often best to go for the most obvious solution. afer making sure all connections are correct, have a look at the cable to the subwoofer - is there any damage to the cable or does the cable look like it may have been pulled - out from the sub or it's connection at the other end of the cable? Having eliminated the possibility of cable damage (it may be worth cheacking the cable to the pc) check various settings on your pc - are you getting sound from your other two speakers? if you are only getting sound from one of the left/right speakers and you're sure there's no physical failure with the speakers, then it's time to check your software. go to the little speaker ikon at the bottom right corner and right click. Select "Playback devices" select "speakers" and click "test" did you hear sound coming from the left speaker then the right? if yes then you definately have a problem with the sub. if no, click "properties" then "levels" and check the balance is set to the middle. If it is, then you should, again, suspect the speakers. Finally check the balance on your media player, if you use windows media player, go to "options" click "enhancements" then look for the balance control and make sure it's in the middle. Finally, I would like to point-out that this particular speaker system is not known for having a loud subwoofer, put your ear against the hole in it and double check for anything happning inside (a crackling noise would indicate a danaged voice-coil.
Check if the sound card of your system is working or not, if its working then check if the audio is muted, check if your speaker is powered or not. then power it if its not powered. you can also check if the speaker cable is connected in the right port or slot. if you do all that and it did work write me back. we will find solution to it.
I would disconnect the power before doing anything! then go to radio shack and buy a cable with the correct plug on it. Then i would cut off as much as possible of the old cable to the speaker, but leave enough room for splicing effectively. Then i would cut open the radio-shack cable and connect the wires of that cable to the remaining wires of the old cable still attached to the speaker. red is left, black is right, and the un-cased wire is negative. Try to figure out what is what on your old wire so that you can splice everything together accordingly.
I hope this is not too confusing!!
HI, Yes you are right man, this problem occurs only with the cable problem, i can explain you, if there is a receiver problem means you won't get the sound its dam sure, only if there is a cable problem you will get some noise or sound cut off with the speakers, so you please check the cables properly it will be alright.
Be sure that you are not set to stereo You must have at least a 6 channel card. Also: After verifying that the connections are made correctly, the sound card needs to be checked to make sure it is setup correctly.There are many sound card manufacturers so we cannot possibly cover every make and model. We recommend contacting the manufacturer of the sound card to make sure the sound card is setup correctly for use with analog 5.1 speaker systems.
When a software DVD player is being used to watch a DVD, the audio output needs to be set to surround sound mode. Please refer to the user manual for the software DVD player to check the settings.
Many DVDs have more than 1 sound format available. Just as the sound card and the software DVD player, the DVD itself has to be set to the correct sound format.
Finally you can test to see if the speakers are working correctly by plugging the front channel cable coming from the sound card to the rear channel connector on the subwoofer. If sound comes out of the rear speakers, then there is no problem with the speakers. The problem could be with the software DVD player, or the audio setting on the DVD.
If I can be of further assistance, please let me know.
And, remember; always include the type of Operating System and the type of computer you own, when you submit your questions.It simply makes for much faster solutions.
see it is a 5.1 speaker system if your laptop comes with 3 audio jacks with colours green black and pink then all your speakers works if you have only two jacks tht is one jack for audio and other is microfone then u only your woofer and 2 speakers works in speaker cables ther will be two cables connect the green one to green jack your sound plays if u have totally 3 jacks connect the 2nd cable to black one(non microfone jack)check this out this works
To play soud ...it needs sound driver... which comes in mother board cd.. Sometimes it happens... No sound....then that case, RESTART u'r system... if problem persist then install audio driver once again from u'r mother board cd... Avoid loose connection..... Power on!!!! Off... of sound system in the middle of use of u'r PC.
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Try to remember how you put the cables,
but as a rule, put in the green and black , cables are sometimes set with this colors. see if not in mute on control panel, sound setting. or in the little speaker beside the clock.
test the sound with any CD Music?