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Hp speaker problem. Please help

My Right speaker gives more sound than the left(two channel).Though I have set the speaker balance right the problem persists. Is there something wrong with the speaker?

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  • riizu Nov 05, 2007

    I have a similar problem, only the left speaker will not work at all.

    (btw, running mac osx5 Leopard on a mac pro intel core duo)

    What I've already tried:
    - the balance on my system preferences
    - updating the PRAM
    - unplugging everything and plugging it all back in
    - tested headphones which work fine

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2008

    both speakers will not work

  • James_94 Mar 25, 2009

    i have HP Pavilian dv 5

    speakers are not working ...

    it HP complete 5 months only

    plz i need an a solution

  • Anonymous Apr 16, 2009

    my hpdv4 laptop inbuilt speakers are not working

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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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