Failing that a cable with optical on end connected to the SPDIF socket on the motherboard and RCA on the other end that converts the optical signal to electrical should work I have put the cable from the digital output slot in the woofer into the digital sound slot in the sound card. If you have 3 plugins Pink,Blue,Green then you likely do not have digital audio on the board so the realtek is the one that needs to be shut off. I think the realtek one is the onboard sound card. http://premiumtechblog.com/trying-to/trying-to-make-an-old-favorite-work.html
I think thats the original live value from 1998. There was very little sound coming from the internal speakers. I would try getting the driver from Gateway before trying anything else. All I know is that it has 4 outputs/inputs and then the game port.
This series was sort of strange in that some units would take a digital only signal and some would take digital or analog. Is there something in the settings that I need to mess around with? Last edited by Ferrit; August 19th, 2008 at 11:08 AM.
I have been using these speakers for about 9 years and they still rock. Attached Files: BA7500G.jpg File size: 45.8 KB Views: 2,124 Blaine B., Feb 26, 2012 #3 Russ New Member Joined: Jan 17, 2005 Messages: 5,722 Likes Received: 13 Trophy Points: 0 I Join over 733,556 other people just like you! HUGELY APPRECIATED! :thum bup: Pullstarter View Public Profile Find More Posts by Pullstarter Find More Threads by Pullstarter 5th December 2012, 3:27 PM #6 Pullstarter Member Join Date:
Boston Acoustics BA735 Computer Speakers NO SOUND SAME PROBLEM AS THE OTHERS LISTED. Boston Acoustics BA7500 Computer Speakers No sound from rear speakers Boston Acoustics BA 7800 Select "Quadraphonic" speaker setup in the control panel under sounds and audio devices in Windows XP. Boston Acoustics BA735 Computer Speakers External speakers do not play It is not an issue with the speakers or the sound card as you get sound in media player and also Blaine B., Feb 27, 2012 #12 Blaine B.
Boston Acoustics BA790 Computer Speakers Boston Acoustic BA735 digital CD quality 16 bit/44.1khz speakers Assuming you are using digital BA735.\015\012\015\012Dell laptops come with a proprietery s-video dongle. Very Very Very bad idea. ARE THEY COMPATIBLE FOR HP 64 BYTE COMPUTER WITH VISTA? Cheers Simon Pullstarter View Public Profile Find More Posts by Pullstarter Find More Threads by Pullstarter Join OCAU to remove this ad! 1st December 2012, 9:52 AM #2 _zak
Open Menu Close Menu Apple Shopping Bag Apple Mac iPad iPhone Watch TV Music Support Search apple.com Shopping Bag : CommunitiesSign inPostBrowse discussionsContact SupportSearchCommunitiesContact SupportSign inContentPeopleSearch Support CommunitiesDesktop ComputersiMac Please enter My Boston speakers only accept an electrical (rather than optical) signal and it sounds like yours are similar - optical for audio wasn't as common back when Boston were making these I have some of the new 2.1 Corsairs but the Bostons still crap on em :O Pullstarter View Public Profile Find More Posts by Pullstarter Find More Threads by Pullstarter Like I said, I've tried the original Creative Sound Blaster drivers and software, along with the KX Project drivers and software which seem to be many years newer, but still, I
I had the same problem with the Boston Acoustics speakers on my Gateway 700xl and this worked. Disable the onboard and be sure to uninstall the realtek drivers in the add remove programs and just use the creative i expect. OCAU News - Wiki - QuickLinks - Pix - Sponsors Overclockers Australia Forums > Specific Hardware Topics > PC Audio Boston BA7500G speakers User Name Remember Me? his comment is here Join Forum | Login | Today's Posts | Tutorials | Windows 10 Forum | Windows 8 Forum Welcome to Windows 7 Forums.
I will have to get the build number and then head to the Gateway web site. Password Register FAQ Calendar Notices Keep up to date with OCAU via Twitter, Facebook and Google+. The cable that comes with the BA7500G speakers is RCA to RCA and according to _zak putting one end into the orange socket of the motherboard the OP has and enabling
device. That issue has been... Boston Acoustics BA7500 Computer Speakers Will my boston accoustics ba735 speakers work with a dell laptop? But I'm glad we're still able to utilize a quality sound card and a nice set of speakers!
I'll try putting my old sound card in the new PC, but don't know if it'll work as I bought it when Windows ME was the new OS! Was hard to see this in the pics on the website. Just check weather the power is on and also check the sound settings on ur pc, it may have been muted or the sound level must have been reduced. Analog will NOT work.
No luck. Reply With Quote August 19th, 2008,10:45 AM #4 Ferrit View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Super Moderator Join Date Apr 2001 Location Vancouver Island The Real Canada Posts 4,952 Where Well we have eliminated the laptop as a problem,.. I had to swap out this cable Click to view full size!
Take a look at the #4 wire, that is the MONO cable for the digital output. Gateway Support - USB Cable These don't have USB connections Quote: One is a digital coax connection and the other is optical. If you connect the orange RCA jack on the back of your motherboard to your speakers via an RCA -> RCA cable, all you then need to do is activate digital And on the frontpanel, near some USB ports I have a green and pink ones.
COMPUTER SAYS IT IS WORKING, BUT NO SOUND. Search our forums with Google: Thread Tools 1st December 2012, 9:06 AM #1 Pullstarter Member Join Date: May 2008 Location: Canberra Posts: 28 Boston BA7500G speakers Hi Guys, right? I'm pretty sure the cable he's suggesting is the exact one BA provided for my unit.
In device manager it says Realtek HD Audio Manager and Creative Audigy.
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