Cable connections to the Mic and Headphones inputs on the top side of the casing
Please help me with the connections of the mic and headphones inputs on the top side of the casing.
I have just replaced my Motherboard and my computer shop does not know how to connect up the cable to the appropriate inputs.
All help will be greatly appreciated.
Thanking you in advance.
Peter from Melbourne Australia
Re: Cable connections to the Mic and Headphones inputs on...
There r mainly three pins one is ur output volume thn othr two is in rose an blue color...and ur mic and head set havin two wires one is blue an other one is in rose ...so pls connect rose pin to rose jacket an blue to blue jacket it will b workin thn ...
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If you are talking about the built in speakers, make sure your volume is turned up. And make sure its turned up when the headphones are not plugged in. My android tablet has individual sound profiles so while I might have the sound muted when the headphones are not plugged in, if I plug them in, the volume jumps to my set level because that's where I turned the volume up to last time the headphones were plugged in. I've also had two tablets that the speakers went out completely on that to is a possibility but if you are talking about the built in speakers, check the volume levels first. You can get to them in the settings menu. Its worth noting that plugging anything into the headphone jack will "turn off" the internal speakers altogether.
If you are talking about external, plug into the jack speakers, on a tablet, you're going to need a set of powered speakers as that jack is not going to produce enough power to drive an un-amplified speaker. Make sure you are using a pair of speaks that plug into the wall such as PC speakers.
Second, if you are using powered speakers and still not getting any where, look at the jack end of your head phones and compare it to the jack end of your speakers. I know iPhones and other Apple devices have an extra connect which is why the Apple head phones all have an extra ring. My older headphones are worthless in my iPhone because they lack said extra connection. It's possible your tablet also requires the newer connection and the headphones have that while your speakers don't.
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The Laptop has 3 Ports on the side- Pink,Green,Black Pink Port is LineIn for an external device player jack
Green Port is LineIn for the Microphone jack Black Port is LineOut for Headset or External Speakers jack
Plug the Green jack on Headphone - into the Black Port on the laptop. b) Go to Control Panel and open - RealTek HD Audio manager On the top of Page are 3 Icons -
One Icon is labelled Speakers One is for Digital optics, one is for Mic, The Speakers Icon is misleading as it is also for Headphones (LineOut)
Select Speaker Icon and make it Default. Also tick Full Range - Front LR Ignore the 4 vertical Analog Icons on the right side.
You should now have Headphone sound if your volume is not Muted.
click start control panel on the left select hardware and sound then select manage audio devices then recording you should see a microphone right click select enablewindows 7
click start control panel on the left select hardware and sound then select manage audio devices then recording you should see a microphone right click selectconfigure speech recognition then you will see earphones with a speaker among a list set up a microphone headset with microphonethen next and next againyou should see your earphones with microphone being configured click start control panel sounds and audio devices select advanced there might be a tick in the mute box untick it or select audio from the microphone drop down list make sure you have the right one selected and in the volume box make sure the microphone box has a tick in it or select the voice tab make sure that you have the right media selected also select volume make sure the box for microphone has a tick in it
or you might have to depending on your operating system Click start Control Pannel click on Hardware and Sound
click on Sound then you devices should come up ; speakers, Digital Audio, and headphones
plug your headphones in then select headphones
at the bottom it will say set as default select that!!
then when you disconnect your headphones it automatically switches to the speakers and when you plug them back in it automatically will switch to headphones
Go to control panel, click on sound and check if the head phone jack is enabled and also if the drop down list under head phone jack properties states 'use this device' I had a similar problem with my build in speakers on my laptop also in Vista and the problem was simply that the speakers were not enabled. Hope that solves the problem for you.
look at the headphone jack, if it has 3 band, it is a stereo jack. the computer is mono.
you need a 2 band jack.
if you look at the jack on the computer, you will see blue(left) and green (right). you canna try to use the green jack.
go to any electroic shop and get a stereo to mono converter.