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Speakers wrong way.

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  1. hslakaal

    hslakaal Thread Starter

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    Hi! I am currently using a J1116 2.0 stereo speakers on a CMI8738/C3DX PCI Soundcard on Windows XP SP2. When I am playing music or games, the sound would come out of the wrong speakers. For example, if there was gunfire from the left, the sound would come out from the right speaker, not the left speaker and vice versa. is there any way to fix this problem without changing the sound card or moving the speakers?
     
  2. Gulo Luseus

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    2 things come tomind for this. First is, under sound, find the box marked "reverse sopeakers" and tck it. second is to unplug left speaker and put it on right speaker connector, and vice versa. )
     
  3. hslakaal

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    uhh...what do you mean by "sound"???do you mean in the control panel or like someplace else?
     
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    and it's not a speaker with seperate lines for each...it's the one where the left speaker line goes into the right and then there is another line from the right that connects to the computer
     
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