20 Most Recent Cyber Acoustics CA-4100 Computer Speakers Questions & Answers


1.Check the speakers to make sure they are turned on and have power. A red or green LED should be lit on the front of the controlling speaker. Regardless if the light is on or not, disconnect the speaker power adapter from the wall outlet or surge protector for 1 minute, and then plug it back in. If no power is received, then try a different wall jack. If you have power, test for sound. 2.Make sure the cables between the speakers or from the speaker to the subwoofer are connected correctly and fully seated into the back of the speaker that is not working (some click twice before they are all the way in). Also, make sure that the analog or digital speaker is connected to the same type of analog or digital connection on the sound card. 3.If you added hardware or software to your computer immediately before the issue started, remove the added hardware or software. Be sure to turn off the computer before removing hardware. 4.Try playing other sounds, such as Windows sounds, music files, or an audio CD. Does the sound difficulty occur in more than one program? If not, check the program options for any sound-related settings, such as volume and audio card selection 5.Make sure the Mixer Control volumes are set to 3/4 volume and are not muted. Analog or digital can be set in the Mixer Controls, depending on the type of sound card and speakers used. 6.Connect a set of headphones to the analog output of the sound card to ensure the sound card is working properly (typically the green audio jack). This only works if your sound card is in analog mode 7.Connect the speakers to a portable CD player or radio that has the same type of connection that the speakers use. This will test if the speakers are working properly
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Cyber Acoustics... | Answered on Aug 24, 2011


First we have to determine whether or not you have the required drivers installed in order for the operating system to communicate with your sound playback device. Following is the keyin sequence for Windows XP - The key-ins will differ somewhat for other Windows operating systems:
Click on START
Right Click on MY COMPUTER
Tnen click on PROPERTIES followed by HARDWARE and then DEVICE MANAGER.
Double click on SOUND, VIDEO and GAME CONTROLLERS
Your sound playback device (such as Avance AC 97 Audio) should be listed. And there should NOT be a yellow exclamation mark in the left margin (If there is, this is an indication that the device is not working properly - see CORRECTIVE ACTIONS below.
Double click on your sound playback device.
In the device status box you should see the statement "This device is working properly"
If you get any other messages indicating that drivers are required or need to be updated, see CORRECTIVE ACTIONS below.
If everything look OK, click on the "X" in the upper right corner to close device manager.
If everything was OK in device manager we will now see if the operating systen is sending sound to your playback device.
Click on START
Click on CONTROL PANEL
Select the Classic View (If not already displayed)
Click on SOUNDS AND AUDIO DEVICES
Double Click on AUDIO DEVICES
Click on the AUDIO tab.
In the Sound Playback dialog box your sound device (something like "AC 97 Audio") should be listed. If it is not, click on the pull-down menu and select it if you can..
If it is NOT listed, see CORRECTIVE ACTIONS below.
If it is listed, perform the following tests:
Click on the SOUNDS tab
Set the Sound Scheme to WINDOWS DEFAULT
Click on APPLY and OK
In the Program Events dialog box, click on any event that has a speaker Icon to the left of it
Underneath the Program Events dialog box you will see a small box with a triangle inside
If the triangle is black that means that the operating system has recognized your sound playback device (sound card).
Click on the triangle.
You should hear the sound through your speakers (the triangle will change to a rectangle while the sound is playing)
After the sound plays the black triangle will re-appear.
If the triangle is black and changes to a rectangle when you click on it and you DO NOT hear sound through your speakers either your speakers are plugged into the wrong jack or you have a problem with your speakers. Test or replace the speakers.
If the triange is gray that means that the operating system does not recognize your sound playback device (sound card). See CORRECTIVE ACTIONS below.

CORRECTIVE ACTIONS
If the playback device is built into the motherboard, the device may not be enabled in the BIOS. Check your BIOS settings. If your sound device is disabled, enable it and repeat this procedure.
To enter BIOS setup turn on your PC and immeadiately hold down the DEL key. (On some machines it's the F!, F2 or F10 key).
Once in BIOS setup, press the Enter key to select the first display screen, ususally titled "Standard CMOS Features". Navigate through the menus until you locate the setting for your on-board sound playback device. If it is set to "Enable" or "Auto" leave it as-is. If it is set to "Disabled." change the setting to "Enabled" or "Auto".
Follow the on-screen instructins to save yur settings and exit BIOS Setup.
If you do not have built-in sound on your motherboard you will need a sound card installed in an expansion slot on the motherboard. This card may not be present. If there is no sound card, install one and then repeat this procedure.
If you do have a playback device installed and enabled and either you have an error indication, drivers are not installed, or device manager reccommends a driver update, you will have to download drivers from either the motherboard or sound card manufacturer's web site. Also, if the drivers are installed and you no have no error messages, but you do not hear sound when you click the black triangle, you may have a hardware problem on your motherboard or sound card.. At this point, you will require some help from a qualified PC technician.
If you have any additional questions contact me by clicking on the "Add a comment" link located under your problem description on FixYa. Also, if you believe that this information was helpful to you, please return to the FixYa website and rate my response to your question.
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Cyber Acoustics... | Answered on Jan 02, 2011


12~15v,1.5~2A will work fine. if more than 2A will better,but you will pay more.

Cyber Acoustics... | Answered on Dec 18, 2010


i dont think you need to install the software for the speaker ad the sound card drivers have been installed to the system connect the pin to the audio socket in the motherboard and power up the speakers system and change the control knobs if you still have problem with hearing check wether the audio drivers in your computer installed properly if installed p[roperly you will have a speaker icon in the task bar

Cyber Acoustics... | Answered on Nov 08, 2010


1. You may have a compatibility issue with the Windows 7
2. run the compatibility wizard to see if you can see the speaker in vista or XP Mode.
ere is the instruction from Microsoft to use the compatibility mode in Windows Vista:

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/make-older-programs-run-in-this-version-of-windows

Cyber Acoustics... | Answered on Aug 11, 2010


Cyber Acoustic speakers don't require drivers. If they're not working, you can try this trouble shooting guide on their website:

http://www.cyberacoustics.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=Home.FAQ-speakers

Also, make sure you have downloaded and installed the most up-to-date audio drivers for your computer.

Hope this helps. If so, please rate. Thanks.

Cyber Acoustics... | Answered on Apr 19, 2010


You will need to install the driver. It should be available from the manufacturers website under the support link. Hope this helps.

Cyber Acoustics... | Answered on Aug 13, 2009


how i connect headphone to pc

Cyber Acoustics... | Answered on Jun 27, 2009


it could be a connection from not grounded to your aux cords being crimped and messed up could be amp or could be a setting on your radio..

Cyber Acoustics... | Answered on Feb 13, 2015

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