Question about Harman Kardon SoundSticks II Computer Speakers
Sounds great but shuts down after a few seconds
SOURCE: harman kardon
Wow, general problem here, but the most near your problem could be, power failure, or the Power adapter is bad, or a energy failure at home, time to buy a new adapter.
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
The USB version of the soundsticks was specifically designed for the mac and they worked just by plugging them in and then telling the system to use them instead of the analogue outputs. Unless someone has produced drivers for Windows XP for these speakers I think that you will probably not be able to use them.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
turn the sub upsidedown, carefully remove the clear rubber feet (these are a dome fitted over a mushroom top), using the toothed gripper cutout of a pair of pliers (when closed it is the eye shaped opening visible on one side), grip the mushroom firmly but not so hard as to crush the mushroom and gently ease clockwise and anticlockwise (the mushroom is at one end of a clear plug blocking access to the four screws that hold the two parts together.
Be carefull to use the correct size screwdriver so as not to damage the screw heads as they are tight.
On reassembly, you may need to use glue to replace the rubber feet if the mushroom becames damages during removal.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
SOURCE: My Harman Kardon Soundsticks 2
Ok, let's see if we can work this out.
You say the speakers are at 100. Where are you seeing this 100?
You say the speakers are NOT muted. Where are they NOT muted?
Is the light on in the sub-woofer? Is the volume turned up on the right hand speaker?
Plwase answere these and then we'll see what to do next.
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
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