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My speaker doesn't make any kind of sound when u plug in aux cord like other one does...its like speaker came undone or something...how do I get to speaker wire to make sure its still connected

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: Stereo volume doesn't effect Aux input volume

in a car stereo system, when you select line input, it usually assumes the device you are connecting has its own volume control. if you really want to use your cars volume knob, an FM transmitter might do the trick.

Posted on Dec 19, 2007

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SOURCE: TV Sound through stereo speakers while watching tv.

All the above connected method is correct. Need to change the option in the stereo system as md or auillary depends upon the model. Go through user manual for stereo system.

Posted on Jun 24, 2008

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john adams

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SOURCE: Aux cord is broken

Do you have soldering tools? If so cut strip solder LIGHTLY tape it up and see if that does it.
New or replacement radio shack maybe
BA wep site and the usual e bay craigslist
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Posted on Oct 31, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: brother tripped over cord connected to laptop

TandN-
if you want a fix rating then why don't you try to fix the problem then...
I have the same problem, from what I've read, we need to buy a complete replacement of the wired remote. I still can't find anything, but I'm about to call logitech and see what they say.

Posted on Feb 25, 2010

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Jose Velazquez

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SOURCE: how do i connect an aux cord to my head unit...

You can go to radio shack and grab a 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable. make sure that is male -to - male. Some decks are equipped with an AUX IN in the front and some in the back and then some have both. This wire will resemble the same input end of an earphone plug. Once you have your device plugged in then just press the SRC button on your deck till it says AUX, AUX IN, or Audio. Let me know if this helps

Posted on May 22, 2010

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I JUST bought a insignia speaker 2.1 (model # NS-PCS21) and the speaker plug ins are pluged right, power are plug in, the green and the red cord plugged in... i see blue light comming up. my computer sound...


Greetings - The setup (as you already know) is simple. If you have the a/c adapter plugged in, the power on and the green speaker cable in the audio out at the back of your PC and and the red cable plugged into the subwoofer and the volume knob on the the right speaker turned up that's all it takes.

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If that's all good you have a bad set of speakers.

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How do I use altec lansing acs40 with a laptop?


Fairly easy really. You'll need to buy a jack to jack AUX cable. Single point for stereo needed and a headphone jack on the laptop.
The left hand and right hand speakers are slightly different. The right hand speaker only has a cord coming out the back of it and no AUX points.
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the chance is maybe the speaker is blown, or wires crossed, if it is an aftermarket head unit, and or you use an aux cord to listen to an ipod or something like that as your music, that is most likely the auxilary cord is bad or cheap, happened with my car also

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