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right speaker not at full volume

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  1. brews

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    Using a program to restore LP's and burn to CD's. Noticed that the right speaker has little volume. checked all the cables which are ok. also burned a couple of the restored songs and played them successfully on an audio cd player - good volume on both speakers.

    Have installed and uninstalled the most recent drivers for the audio card.

    After all of this when Settings, Control panel, Sounds, Configure, Test is checked, sound is ok from left speaker but greatly muted from right.

    Any ideas would be great.

    Thanx.

    brews
    Intel duo core E6750
    Intel DG33FBC motherboard
    2Mb ram
    ESI [email protected] Sound Card
    ATI Radeon X1050 256Mb PCIe
    Philips spd2413p mp01 cd/dvd
    Vista Ultimate
    XP Pro on VM
     
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    Go to control panel, choose sounds and stuff section, choose volume on the bottom left, and put the left right sliders in the same line.
     
  3. brews

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    Thanx for the reply. Sounds and stuff for XP, Sounds for Vista. No left right sliders, just a configure and test buttons.

    Think I'll try some other cables.
     
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