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Speaker problem - No sound from one speaker


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#1 geoheid

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Posted 05 April 2010 - 05:22 PM

Speaker problem - No sound in one desktop speaker


I have a Logitech Z 2300 2.1 speaker system.

I have no sound in one of the desktop speakers.

I have borrowed a friends Logitech Z 2300 2.1 speaker system and experience the same problem – one of the desktop speakers produces no sound.

Malware/antivirus scans reveal no problem.

I purchased an adapter to plug a headset into a Creative SB Audigy 2 unit.

The result:

I receive sound through both ear pads of the head set; however, I continue
to receive sound through only one of the speakers!

I would be most grateful for any assistance you might be able to provide me in addressing this problem.

Cordially
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Windows XP Pro – Service Pack 3 – Build 2600
240 gigahertz Intel Core 2 duo
2048 Megabytes installed memory
P5K Deluxe motherboard – Wifi-AP edition
Multimedia – Creative SB Audigy 2 (WDM)
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#2 keyboardNinja

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Posted 05 April 2010 - 05:56 PM

Have you tried a different wire/cable? If you're using the same one on different pairs of speakers, it could just be a short in the wire or something.

It can't be your sound card because your headphones work. It would just about have to be the wire or the connection port(s).
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Posted 06 April 2010 - 12:52 AM

You can check your speaker wire cable may be some wire has been corrupted, so that speaker does not give sound properly and then you can restore all properties for sound devices in computer system and then you can check your speaker.

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Posted 06 April 2010 - 06:38 AM

To: keyboard ninja and keveenjones
Subject: Speaker problem

Thank you both for your prompt and thoughtful response
to my request for help with my speaker problem.

I have very little 'tech knowledge'.....

Could you provide me with additional information about the following:

"Speaker wire cable" - Is this the 'wire cable from the desktop speaker that
doesn't give sound which plugs into the woofer?

What is the sequence of steps I would have to perform to 'restore all
properties for sound devices in computer system'?

Sincerest thanks for your assistance!

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Posted 06 April 2010 - 04:46 PM

"Speaker wire cable" - Is this the 'wire cable from the desktop speaker that
doesn't give sound which plugs into the woofer?

Yes. There is a sound port on the computer that has a cable plugged into it. That cable goes from the computer to the external speaker. It is possible that this cable is faulty in some way. Try using a different cable.
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