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See if there's a balance control. If the slider is all the way to the right, that could explain the problem. Otherwise, since this happens with two sets of speakers, the problem is either a bad receptacle, or sound card, or, the connection between them.
I found this Windows 7 site on how to adjust the balance.. it seems to be legit: no complaints from Avast! A/V
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.
there should be a speaker set up button on your remote, it will play "white noise" through each speaker in your system, one spearker at a time, as each speaker plays you can adjust its volume, the idea being to balance the system to sound good from your sitting position. try to get each speaker to be appriximately the same volume level. If you have the manual for this system, this setup should be listed in the index or somewhere.
Check to ensure that your sound card driver is installed and functioning. Right click on My Computer on the desktop and choose manage. Look for device manager on the left pane and click on it. On the right side you should now see all of your devices including audio. If it has a yellow mark on it with a question mark it means that the driver is not installed or is not functioning correctly. If that is the case you need to find the device driver from either the CD that came with the PC or from the vendors website and install it.
the first thing to establish whether its the speakers would be to try them on a different computer. If there is some sound, that means its getting some feedback. Maybe you could go to sound manager in your control panel, or on the volume menu that you can access by clicking the volume icon on your desktop taskbar, you know, by the time and stuff. Once there, adjust the balance by moving the slider all the way to either side to see if its unbalanced. You might also wanna adjust the sound scheme from mono to stereo or dolby digital which would be in the same menu/ window. Does the right speaker thats plugged into the tower have a balance (R)ight and (L)eft? you might also want to adjust that to either side. If that is not helping, maybe there is a hardware issue with the left speaker, maybe a short, or a problem with the wire and you might have to replace that speaker if you do not know how to fix speakers. Tell me how everything works out.
i havea acer laptop to and this works sometimes right click on the spearker icon botom right in task bar and then goto sound and then playback you should see your speakers or your sound device right click it then goto properties and goto advance tab and make sure the Hz is right and make sure the volume is turned up on it
Check the balance settings in the Volume Properties. At the bottom right of the screen you should see a Volume icon. Right click and select 'adjust volume properties'. In the box that shows up, adjust the slider bar to middle under the 'Balance' column.
If that does not work, then there could be a defect with the internal speakers. Since you only just bought the laptop, you should be able to get it replaced under warranty.