Technician's Assistant: What device or product has sound issues? They work fine. Audio technica at-lp120-usb. This is made simpler if the speaker(s) in question offer 3.5 mm and/or RCA connections (you'll need a 3.5 mm-to-RCA stereo audio cable) to plug into something convenient, such as a smartphone. What I've tried that does nothing: Uninstalling all device drivers and reinstalling. Check the speakers. I cannot resolve the problem with everything I knew, so I upgrade to windows 10 with high hope that somehow the upgrade will fix the problem. I think the machine is fine. Does it need to be connected to my computer to work or should it be playing on its own? They are in indeed plugged in. I tried many solutions from the internet but what worked for me: Open Device Manager; Right-Click on IDT High Definition Audio CODEC or whatever your Sound-Card Driver is. If I plug the speakers into the "Side", "Rear", or "C/Sub" jacks, then the "Speakers" device will show as plugged in. Uninstall it. When I plug in the monitor, the HDMI audio pops into the Sound panel and automatically becomes the default. Main out with RCA cables with a 3.5mm y-adapter plugged into the line-in on the sound card. Let the system install the sound card and there you have it, sound! The problems started in windows 8.1, no sound (there was a red cross in speaker icon with tip "no speakers or headphones are plugged in". No sound through headphones/speakers from Line-In in Sound & Audio Hello, I have a VIA HD on board sound card, with a Behringer Xenyx 1202fx mixer. But no. If I choose one of the audio channels, (usually 7.1 surround), I can click on each individual speaker in the layout shown and one of them will make a sound. When I play the sample music the volume bar shows the equalizer bouncing like it is sending out audio, but any speakers I plug into it produce no sound. If you have multiple 5mm jacks to plug into, especially on a surround sound system, make sure all cords and cables are plugged into the correct jack. Ok, I get it now. When there is no monitor plugged in, the Speakers are the only audio device available and automatically are set as the default. Scan for hardware changes. When I open my Playback Devices, only Digital Audio (HDMI) is detected. When I click on it, it runs the audio troubleshooter and determines that no speakers are plugged in. I just need to set it back to the Speakers as default. Audio not coming from main speakers at all but from headphones. Make sure all cords and cables are plugged in. I plugged in headphones also, same result. I can right-click the device and choose "Configure Speakers". I did clean install on windows 10, the same problem. If possible, connect the speakers to another known working audio source in order to ensure that they still operate properly. Try these steps. I have tried: different speakers, different jacks, 4 on the back 1 on the front, updating the audio driver, windows updates, rebooting, and yelling and now I am out of ideas. I tried other speakers and I tried these speakers on another device. My sound icon has a red X over it, saying No Speakers or Headphones are plugged in. I cannot Test or disable any of my audio devices (it just doesn't work, nothing shows when I click Test). It's possible your speakers are working just fine, but Windows is directing sound to the wrong output deviceâthis is especially common if you've plugged in a USB audio device, or are plugged â¦ Check your speaker and headphone connections for loose cords or cables. I unplugged and re-plugged them in. Thanks, anne PS If so, where is the volume? Have an audio-technica turntable Have it plugged in but no sound. I checked. They were working a couple of hours prior.
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