We have a major static problem with our Harman Kardon 695 speaker system. Newly installed Logitech Quickcam Communicate STX. Rather than sound, we hear static over Skype. Thoughts on how to overcome the static issue?
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Probably not, but you can buy a 3.5 mm.-to-RCA adapter cable to hook up a device with RCA (L/R) AUDIO OUT jacks (and no 3.5 mm. headphone jacks) to your Harman Kardon speakers which, I assume, have only 3.5 mm. LINE/AUX IN jacks (1 or 2).
I just purchased a Dell XPS 8500 with Windows 8 and decided to keep using my old Harmon Kardon HK 206 speakers because I'm quite satisfied with these speakers. When I hooked them to my new PC, Windows 8 recognized them right away. The speakers work great on my new PC. Try going to the Control Panel and see if your speakers were recognized. (On my PC they're referred to as "Speakers (Realtek High Definition Audio). That's due to the default drivers in Windows 8. As long as you see speakers in the control panel, you should be OK. In that case you should check your connections. If you don't see speakers in the control panel, go back one screen and select add a device and let Windows 8 scan for any device that it hadn't recognized before.