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They're just broken wires, they can be repaired. let's be logical, since it's still not working you missed a connection. If you can power up and see the light, then the power wire is ok. you have no sound out of any speakers including the base and the base has no wires to chew. So, your problem it in the stereo plu… see more They're just broken wires, they can be repaired. let's be logical, since it's still not working you missed a connection. If you can power up and see the light, then the power wire is ok. you have no sound out of any speakers including the base and the base has no wires to chew. So, your problem it in the stereo plug wire going to your music source. no music is getting to your speakers. that is a tricky wire to repair, three to four wires inside, left, right positives and commons lines. take your time and open up that connection with a razor and locate all wires broken and splice together according to color. take ur time and do it right and it will work again. rush it and maybe not, but it sounds like that's where ur problem is. see less They're just broken wires, they can be repaired. let's be logical, since it's still not working you missed a connection. If you can power up and see the light, then the power wire is ok. you have no sound out of any speakers including the base and the base has no wires to chew. So, your problem it in the stereo plug wire going to your music source. no music is getting to your speakers. that is a tricky wire to repair, three to four wires inside, left, right positives and commons lines. take your time and open up that connection with a razor and locate all wires broken and splice together according to color. take ur time and do it right and it will work again. rush it and maybe not, but it sounds like that's where ur problem is.
By JPDawg on February 26, 2013
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Depends, if your tv has a usb port and an audio out plug (for headphones) you should be able to use these speakers. In the description (not too clear) it states that you only need a usb port for these speakers to work. However, in the illustration picture, it clearly shows a usb cable and an audio cord being attached t… see more Depends, if your tv has a usb port and an audio out plug (for headphones) you should be able to use these speakers. In the description (not too clear) it states that you only need a usb port for these speakers to work. However, in the illustration picture, it clearly shows a usb cable and an audio cord being attached to the computer. I use similar set on my laptop and I must plug in the usb and headphone cables to get sound. I believe their description is not too clear. Perhaps on some computers, you may not have to use the usb and headphone plugs both... However, with my Gateway laptop, I must use both plugs to get any sound. I also have used my similar set of usb powered speakers with other audio and video equipment. I use them with my Sony Dash and an internet radio that has the usb and speaker out plugs built-in. Although these speakers are not audiophile quality, they are much better than listening to the very tiny speakers on some laptops. My Gateway laptop is almost silent without the use of usb powered speakers or earphones. The tiny speakers are almost useless... see less Depends, if your tv has a usb port and an audio out plug (for headphones) you should be able to use these speakers. In the description (not too clear) it states that you only need a usb port for these speakers to work. However, in the illustration picture, it clearly shows a usb cable and an audio cord being attached to the computer. I use similar set on my laptop and I must plug in the usb and headphone cables to get sound. I believe their description is not too clear. Perhaps on some computers, you may not have to use the usb and headphone plugs both... However, with my Gateway laptop, I must use both plugs to get any sound. I also have used my similar set of usb powered speakers with other audio and video equipment. I use them with my Sony Dash and an internet radio that has the usb and speaker out plugs built-in. Although these speakers are not audiophile quality, they are much better than listening to the very tiny speakers on some laptops. My Gateway laptop is almost silent without the use of usb powered speakers or earphones. The tiny speakers are almost useless...
By Mainspring (Texas) on October 9, 2013
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There is not a headphone jack on this unit. what appears to be a headphone jack is in reality an input jack for another device such as an mp3 player or your phone headphone jack output.
By Gerard Barras on August 28, 2013
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The power and USB cable is about 4.5 ft. The audio cable that links the two speakers is about 3.25 ft.
By Thomas Numprasong on November 7, 2013
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These are powered by the computer, so there is no separate plug to the wall. They are plugged into the USB, and also have to be plugged into the speaker jack.
By klaw on June 5, 2014
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The speakers get POWER from USB port, get SOUND from headphone jack separately. Ad misrepresented it, saying BOTH sound and power came from USB
By newsreader on May 9, 2014
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This system is phenomenal. The wood casing on the sub is very durable and the towers are sturdy. I've played this system loud and hard and have not had any audio issues. It is Mac/Apple compatible as all it uses is a headphone jack.
By Andrew R. on December 17, 2012
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yes, it's is.... i would recommend this to anyone... it's a nice system...!!!
By Calvert Satterwhite on September 13, 2013
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Yes but not like 10 people or more but for sure a small group.
By Tmoss on April 9, 2016
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Mine are working fine. They were easy to install and the sound is quite good. If you're expecting studio monitor quality, you will want to spend more money on a higher end system. If you're looking for good quality sound, you'll be satisfied.
By music man on December 31, 2012