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#1 coopgang

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Posted 12 March 2009 - 10:38 AM

I have a couple of Philips desktop speakers (not sure of the model) and only one of the speakers works. The catch is that they both work fine when I plug them up to another device (I.E. my TV) or if I switch the right and left plugs around, the speaker that didn't work before does work. So I'm assuming the speakers themselves aren't the problem, but something is wrong with my computer, internally. I've updated the audio driver, rolled it back, and updated it again, but still no luck.

I know this may not enough info, but what info should I provide to see about getting this problem fixed? What diagnostic tool should I use to help? Thanks in advance for any help.

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Posted 12 March 2009 - 10:56 AM

Now that I think about it, the problem may be the subwoofer that comes with my speakers. Only one of the outputs works (I believe the right one). No matter which speaker I plug into it, that speaker works, but if I put the same plug in the opposite output, the sound is extremely faint (at best). I hope that's not the problem, otherwise I'd probably need a new subwoofer b/c that is the only way I can plug my speakers up.




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