- 1). Inspect your speaker connection. Make sure you have the speaker cable running into the "Line-Out" port and not the "Line-In" port. Line-in is used for microphones and microphones and other equipment you are sending audio signals into the computer.
- 2). Remove the cable from the line-out port. Inspect the cable and make sure it is not dirty. If it is dirty clean it off with a damp cloth and give it time to dry. If the cable is dirty the audio signal is not going to reach the speakers from the sub woofer.
- 3). Spray a few shots of compressed air into the connection port the satellite speakers use to connect to the sub woofer. If there is dirty, dust or hair in the port the signal may not transport form the sub woofer to the speakers.
- 4). Connect the sub woofer to a different power outlet. If the power outlet is damaged it may prevent any electrical current from reaching the sub woofer at all.
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