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Is the audio card or on board audio enabled? What about the sound properties? is the volume muted? Power supply for speakers working? Are the speakers working? Unplug the cable and touch the tip of the jack- you should hear noise when you make contact. The fast way to test them.
this is due largely to a lot of electrical interference from the baby monitor, this happens because the speakers and monitor are operating at the same or near same frequency, there is no real clear solution for this but the best thing to do would be to avoid having them near each other.
First of all please keep it in mind that the Speakers do not require any kind of drivers.
If you are getting the sound volume icon on the taskbar and if you are able to raise and lower the voice using the slider, make sure the mute box is not checked. Similarly check the if the applications Itune or WMP is not muted.
Make sure the drivers for your sound card are installed properly.
Press Windows key and the letter R Type devmgmt.msc It will open the device manager In device manager look for Sound and game controller and make sure the sound card driver is installed properly
For any further query feel free to revert with your comments
Most of the sounds you are hearing good are background sounds. If you are running a surround system, you might want to try adjusting the output of your primary speakers, checking for the correct setting on your receiver, and verifying that your central audio is in the correct section ( receiver output ).
If you are not using surround sound, Check the in-game menu (Pause) for an audio section, some games allow you to turn the character voices up and the music down. If you don't have that option, try using a new output cord from your xbox to Tv.
One of the speakers or more than one maybe next to something is giving the speaker feedback. Try placing the speakers farther apart. A cell phone, office phone, or even a laptop could be giving feedback to the speakers. Tring moving the speakers father apart and at different locations. If that does not work you may possibly have the speakers plugged into the the wrong output outlet. Check the wiring connections to make sure they plugged in properly as well.
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.
Well, there is 2 option here, 1) your sound speakers are not connected corretly or in the right slots on the sound card.
2) your sound card, (internal or external) you have to use the mixer on software to put the right channels for the music you heard. try configuring in control panel, in multimedia devices, the speakers. for 5.1 system, or 2 way speakers or 3