8653 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Oct 8, 2009 8:34 PM by Jake Ziller
Try connecting regular headphones (like iPod earbuds) into the headphones port. Do they work? If they do not, System Preferences Sound pane Output tab is set correctly, and the sound volume is not set to mute, there is something wrong with the headphones port. If they do work, there is something wrong with the speakers.
If the problem appears to be the port, you might try resetting PRAM. Some sound settings are stored there.
Hey, I've a set of Klipsch powered speakers too.
The sub-woofer box has a rocker switch that might be triggered off.
Also, the line in on the sub-woofer box has a four (or five) pin jack that is the weak point in the speaker system. I've heard that this jack can go bad when exposed to stress. If that's your problem sometimes it can be manipulated to undue the short that occurs when it is placed under stress.
The jack is easily replaced by opening the box and unscrewing the old one and screwing in a new one.
Hope this helps.