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Low sound volume using with hudl

Have connected labtec spin 95 speakers to tesco hudl,when listening it is coming through as if not amplified

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Perhaps you have the speakers connected to the wrong connector on the hudl

Posted on Jun 04, 2014

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hi Hubbell2008
And Happy Holidays
well, as you can see depending on your audio card, and output power, and sound settings on control panel, if is all up, or down.
you can try that first. But if not work is and Audio Card, type of power output, ....in that case you can change your audio card, if an onboard audio, place a PCI and will be ok, Creative labs models makes diff.

Posted on Dec 04, 2007

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SOURCE: very low output

Are the Philips speakers powered ????
Try in the headphone socket on a radio and check the sound then.

Posted on Aug 01, 2008

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SOURCE: Faint sound from the speakers

Most speakers are mains powered (either plugged directly into a wall socket, or maybe using a 12volt adaptor), and inside the speakers will use a small amplifier circuit. These circuits are prone to often going faulty and may lose one speaker or both, so instead the speaker will then only play the sound as it gets it from the PC (or hifi etc.).

Audio to speakers is not sent in a 'loud' form, but is instead just a very high quality weak signal that must be amplified to be heard. Typically a PC sound output may be just .5 to 1.5 volts only, just enough to work a set of headphones but nothing much more.

I suggest checking your speakers on another item, such as a CD player or hifi that definatly works, and if its the same, its most likely the 'amp' gone faulty. It's not really worth fixing as they usually only break in cheaper types of speakers - so its as easy to just buy another set.

If they work OK on other devices, maybe check these things:

Is the volume up on the computer ? Check on the volume icon on the taskbar, and also if its a laptop check its not got a volume dial that has been accidentaly turned down/off.

Test the computer with other speakers, to just narrow down the fault.

Some PC's have several output sockets at the rear (or front), so make sure you have it plugged in to the correct socket - even if you have used it before, some PC's software can actually change what comes from each socket, so your MIC socket could now have become your SPEAKER socket, or other settings may have been changed by other software.

Check your operating system is not using a 4 speaker setup instead, and sending the sound to non-existent rear speakers/woofers/tweaters. My own PC has 8 outputs, so I make sure nothing alters my settings or i'd never hear it again ;)

Its also possible for the PC audio chip to go faulty, but that is very very rare. If nothing else works & the speakers are known working ones, you may have to try a new sound card.

Remember that plugging the standard 3.5mm stereo jack plug into the wrong sound card socket will not cause harm, you may just hear a loud 'THUMP' or click as the power goes across.

One last thing is, try reinstalling your audio drivers. PC operating systems can lose driver functions and do any possible thing you can imagine. It may be as simple as a reinstall to wake up the audio card again.

Good luck.

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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SOURCE: labtec speakers want play

check whether the output plug is connected properly or not.... if it is then check out whether the adapter is giving the power output.... if it is then the speakers are spoilt otherwise u can just replace the adapter...

Posted on Feb 08, 2009

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SOURCE: Bloom speakers only emit very low sound after being connected

well i dont know what to do except turn your volume on really high and make sure its plugged in. no they dont need batteries; i got mine today and its not that quiet its blue and i think its okay. but i dont know if its that bad you should return it. mine was only 7 bucks

Posted on Jun 07, 2009

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Speaker requirements are likely to be 8 ohm, most modern hi-fi speakers are. A few low-fi systems have used special high impedance speakers and the old hi-fi standard for valve amplifiers was 15 ohm and 3 ohm or lower has been used in televisions a lot.

4 ohm speakers are commonly used where a higher power output is desired at the cost of some quality of sound reproduction but depending on how the sound is listened to can soon overload some amplifiers primarily designed for 8 ohm as it will try and deliver more power into the lower impedance speakers and perhaps exceed the rating.

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