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Re: Hp speaker problem. Please help
Check the jack at the back of the computer see if it is inserted fully. if it is give it a spin between your fingers and wiggle a little to see if sound balances out. But don't forget there are several places to balance your speakers in your operating system on your computer. And what program you are using for playback. if the are self amplifing speakers unplug the jack completely out of the back of the computer. and plug in a pair of headphones and listen. If it is balanced there it is from the cable to the speakers. If it is not balanced it is the soundcard or the software. at least this will give you a place to start.
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On the front panel ONLY: 1. Press ADJUST so that the MULTI CURSOR up/down buttons work for adjusting the sound. 2. Press MULTI CURSOR up/down repeatedly until "BALANCE" appears on the display. 3. Press MULTI CURSOR left/right to adjust the balance. • Pressing left decreases the right channel output. • Pressing right decreases the left channel output.
Hello, Thanks for the detailed explanation... It seems to be there is a short or misplaced (+) (-) leads on the speaker connection you made..sometimes a tiny cable piece can make a short in between the leads and cause such problem..My recommendation is: ** take all the wires off.. ** install only B speaker leads and test it..( make sure LEFT and RIGHT (+) and (-) leads properly and individually connected to the right places on the back......it is important...This causes balancing problem.. ** if it works fine... ** than go ahead and install the A speaker leads..and test it.. if you do everything properly both A and B speakers should work fine as independently ...
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You just come aroung the sound decoder section of your tv. Decoder problems may cause the fult you pointed out. Since all the controls are electronically controlled, and all are through sound decoder, which converts sound to stereo the problem must be there. Since sound comes from two channels are ok, there is no problem around sound output. Check for some soldering loose contact, wire socket loose cotanct also.
For cds the audio is recorded in just right and left channel, and the center balances it out. You can force it to play out of more speakers by switching the AUDIO MODE of the receiver to something like Pro Logic II, this takes the 2 channels and then forces them to all channels. This is actually not recommended though, it is meant to sound a certain way and forcing it out of all speakers doesn't give you the true sound. But if you just want it to come out of all 5 it is definitely possibly, just switch the audio mode on the receiver. If you need more information on this please respond back to my answer here and I can help more.
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There is a problem is the sound card. The HP laptop should be still under warranty, take it to the supplier to get it repaired under warranty. If you try to fix it yourself you most likely will void your warranty.
An old trick to remove vocals from a song was to rip the right channel, then the left, the combine them (since vocals are typically mixed in a third 'center' channel, though things like reverb or echo are applied to the right and/or left channels which sounds like what you are hearing).
I would play with the balance and mixer settings and see if you can get the vocals back. Also try other speakers or even headphones and see if you have the same problem.
You've camped the speakers onto the right channel only. While the balance is on the left unhook one of your speakers and connect to the other channel it will come on the now you should have balanced speakers. Can you come back and tell me if that helped.
Try to interchange the connections of left channel and the right channel. If there is sound now in the right channel and no sound in the left channel it means that you have problem in the sound card. Otherwise if the problem remains the same you have a defective speaker on your right speaker system but don't forget to take a second look on your speaker wiring.