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Only my right speaker works and the sub

When i listen to my music the sub works fine and the right speaker but the left speaker no sounds comes out of it and the x rocker doesnt light up either. how can i fix it so it works again?

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I worked it out. I was having the same problem. you probably have the GREEN EARPHONE JACK plugged into the GREEN INPUT PORT on the side of the xrocker? simply move the GREEN EARPHONE JACK to the BLUE OUTPUT JACK on the xrocker and your sorted :) it was really bugging me so i messed about until i sorted it :)

Posted on Dec 17, 2010

  • Anonymous Nov 26, 2011

    great worked for me after thinking it was the control panel grrrrrrrrr very helpful thank you

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