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Sound only coming out of one speaker.

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Pkbot, Aug 4, 2007.

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  1. Pkbot

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    After troubleshooting this audio problem for HOURS I can't seem to find a solution.

    My situation looks like this:

    Subwoofer connects to the onboard audio jack, and a set of 2 generic speakers connect to a jack in the subwoofer. Sound emits from the Subwoofer okay, but only one of the two speakers is emitting sound.

    I've gotten the latest audio drivers for my motherboard, and the speakers are in tip top shape (I even tested them on other computers and they work perfect.)

    So..that means we've narrowed it down to a software problem, right?
    PLEASE please help me. I'm stumped.

    Note: Running Vista.
     
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  3. Pkbot

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    Yes I have reviewed that troubleshooting guide before, and still no luck. :mad:

    I appreciate your concern. Here are a few details:

    G-1050 Multimedia Speaker System (Nothing Special)
    M55SLI-S4 Gigabyte Technology™ Motherboard
     
  4. Goku

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    Are the speakers connected properly? If they are, then try the following solution:-

    1) Click on Start.
    2) Select Run.
    3) Type in Control and press Enter.
    4) In Control Panel, select Sounds and Audio Devices Properties.
    5) On the Volume tab, select Advanced... under Device Volume section.

    Make sure all the sliders are in between. If they are not, then adjust them and see if it helps or not. If they are, then try the following instructions:-

    1) Click on Start.
    2) Select Run.
    3) Type in Control and press Enter.
    4) In Control Panel, select Sounds and Audio Devices Properties.
    5) On the Volume tab, select Speaker Volume... under Speaker Settings section.
    6) Check the box which says:-

    [] Move all slide indicators at the same time

    7) Next, move both the sliders to High.
    8) Click Apply and then Ok.
    9) Next, select Advanced... under Speaker Settings section.
    10) Select the kind of speakers you have and then move to the Performance tab.
    11) Make sure both the sliders are at Full and Best respectively. If they are not, then adjust them.
    12) Reboot.

    See if these steps help you with your problem or not. Good Luck.(y)
     
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