I too had the left speaker malfunctioning. Luckily, i had the curage to open up the speaker and look into the problem. Before that i checked to see if the input inlet to the amp worked by plugging in the right speaker in the left input inlet. I was able to hear the speaker. If you get that response, then the left speaker is the problem. So i went ahead and opened up the speaker. Do this by taking off the fabric cover. There are those little hose plugs you need to take off with a philips head, just wiggle them out. Unscrew the 4 screws. Use a blow dryer around the edges/sides of the face of the speaker to loosen the hot glue holding the cover together. Once the speaker is warm, try prying off the cover. You can maybe use a flat head screw driver to do so but with gentleness or else you'll scratch up the speaker. So once you have that done, look at the terminal(wires that are soddered to the speaker, to check if connected to speaker. if they are not connected, then you would have to soddered them. If everything is intact, then try moving the little plastic piece connected to the speaker, opposite end of that is the possittive and negative wires connected to the cone. I scrapted/moved around the wires being careful not to puncture the cone with the screw driver to check to see if they were making contact with the terminal. I then connected the plug into the amp and fortunately i could hear the speaker once again. I hope this made sense and worked for you. I was glad this worked cuz i truly love the sound of Z-2300 system for the THX certified sound.Sure glad i didn't have to buy another set.
This may be a short in the 12-pin socket between the control fob and the amp/subwoofer. Try removing and replacing the cord a few times. If that doesn't work use some force and try jiggling the cord in the socket back and forth. These are temporary solutions but they seem to work. Definitely worth a try :)
Check d audio configuration:d balance point especially(it should b right n d middle)
Reinstall d audio driver if d above does not work.
Have u tested d speakers on another device?
Although d cable seems to fine,there can b internal cuts n d wire.
Please feedback if d above dsn't help
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There is a wiring, connection issue from the laptop to the speakers.
There is a driver issue. Try clicking uninstall on the speakers. Under device manager, right click the speakers and click uninstall, and then click scan for changes. This will attempt to install the newer drivers.
Sounds like you need to take them back for exchange. A new electronic product is most likely to fail in the first few months, when any weak or defective parts that made it through final test at the factory decide to **** out after a few hours of use. This is a very common situation, especially nowadays with manufacturers buying the cheapest parts they can find, and the general public crying out for lower prices instead of paying more money for better quality. Bose has traditionally been "top of the line" stuff, but even they have to cut corners to keep prices low and sell stuff in this economy.
Just check the wiring connection from receiver to your speaker,try to interchanges the left and right or to one side and to other side,so we know that the speaker is the problem .If happens still only one side is working even you interchange,then the problem is the speaker. If happens the speaker from left to right is working then the right to left is not works then the problem is the one side of the amplifier section is defected maybe the IC chip is busted or just loose,crack or cold solder joint.If cold solder only then reworks the solder joints in amplifier section.Then if the speaker is defected just reworks the solder connection of the speaker only .If still not working even you resolder the speaker then thats is the time you replaced the speaker...
It could be the cable connecting to the speaker, or the speaker itself. Try taking the cable that's connected to the left speaker and connecting it to the right speaker. If it works, the cable connected to your right speaker is defective, if it doesn't work - your speaker is.
I had this very same problem and I had my system for about 2 weeks. I have seen a lot of similar posts on this site so it seems that this problems happens a lot. For some reason my right speaker just stopped working so i came to this site for help. I looked at alot of posts and nothing fixed the problem. when i switched the right speaker to the left input it started to work so I knew the speakers were fine. So i finally decided to unplug everything and restart my laptop. Once my laptop rebooted I plugged the sub back into the wall after about a minute of it being not plugged in. Then I plugged all the the wires and volume control back into the sub and turned the switch back on. Make sure the volume control is down when you plug everything back in. Then plug the wire into the device, which in my case was a laptop, and start to play some tunes. Right away everything was working perfectly fine again and no problems ever since...for me atleast.