- Check the power connections on your speakers, make sure that the power LED's on the small speakers are lit.
- Make sure the green cable is connected to the computer's speaker port (Usually a green headphone-type jack) and also the the speaker- a similar type jack.
- Adjust system volume by clicking, drag volume slider bar up to about 75%, and release.
- Turn up speaker's volume using the volume (and bass volume) knob on the main speaker.
- Play an audio file. Note that if you are using Windows Media Player, etc. you may need to turn volume up there also.
- If you are still having trouble go to start/control panel and select sounds. This will show your installed audio devices. If there are no devices, then please provide the make model, etc. of your computer and I will go from there.
- Test the devices in another setting will help identify a hardware problem. For example, test your speakers with an MP3 player, or your computer's CD-ROM usually has a headphone jack; test the audio on your PC with a set of headphones, or another set of speakers. If either of these fail it may indicate a hardware problem. Feel free to post back any additional information and I will try to provide further help. Please include your make, model, and version of windows so I can provide specific info for your PC.
I found the following info on your speakers, which you may also find helpful:http://www.jbl.com/resources/Brands/jbl/Products/ProductRelatedDocuments/en-US/OwnersManual/Creature%20OM%20Rev%20A.pdf
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