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Hello, I just go a new HP Pavillion gaming PC and the HP 1000 Gaming Speakers, they both show up in my OMEN gaming hub.  

My issue is: when I turn the computer off and back on again the speakers also need to be turned off and on again (or unplugged from the USB and plugged back in) or they do not automatically turn on with the system for sound. What is the issue here and how can I fix it? It is a tad annoying to turn the speakers off and on or unplug and plug back in every time I restart my computer.

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Hello, thank you for the response. I did some trouble shooting because I had not went through my different options at the time.

 

In short, I plugged the speakers into my monitor and now they work upon startup after shutdown/restart.

 

Upon connecting other laptops or devices to the monitor the speakers work fluently without having to be turned on and off with different systems connected to the monitor on startup as well.

 

Side note I am using a Samsung  curved super ultra wide 49" - 3840 x 1080 @ 144 Hz

C49HG90DMN - CHG9 Series - QLED monitor

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@JasonCariglia wrote:

... My issue is: when I turn the computer off and back on again the speakers also need to be turned off and on again (or unplugged from the USB and plugged back in) .....


@JasonCariglia 

 

You can't get automatically ON/OFF because the speakers use its own power supply, you have to turn on/off manually. Does your computer has AC out port at its back, if yes you can connect power source directly to the back of your computer (check wattage first).

 

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BH
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Hello, thank you for the response. I did some trouble shooting because I had not went through my different options at the time.

 

In short, I plugged the speakers into my monitor and now they work upon startup after shutdown/restart.

 

Upon connecting other laptops or devices to the monitor the speakers work fluently without having to be turned on and off with different systems connected to the monitor on startup as well.

 

Side note I am using a Samsung  curved super ultra wide 49" - 3840 x 1080 @ 144 Hz

C49HG90DMN - CHG9 Series - QLED monitor

HP Recommended

Hello, thank you for the response. I did some trouble shooting because I had not went through my different options at the time.

 

In short, I plugged the speakers into my monitor and now they work upon startup after shutdown/restart.

 

Upon connecting other laptops or devices to the monitor the speakers work fluently without having to be turned on and off with different systems connected to the monitor on startup as well.

 

Side note I am using a Samsung  curved super ultra wide 49" - 3840 x 1080 @ 144 Hz

C49HG90DMN - CHG9 Series - QLED monitor

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