Speakers will only play background sounds from dvds
It plays previews with all the sounds but when the actual movie begins it only plays the back ground sounds not the people talking. my computer is using realtek high definition audio and I am watching the movies with window media player and the operating system is microsoft vista premium home edition.
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Is the speaker system set up in Windows as a 5.1 speaker system? If so, the problem with the sound is the program used to play the audio. For example if you are watching a movie and the player used does not support 5.1 then it will not play the audio properly. If the sound works correctly playing a game in 5.1 you should be able to figure it out from there.
If you connected to a 5.1 surround card and checked and they are connected ok you can hear all the speakers when you play music, movies that are in 5.1 format only. If you want to hear also all of them if you listen to stereo movies/music you must set the sound card to emulate multi channel. Also the player you use to listen music/wath movies must be set to 5.1 and must accept Dolby Digital/ DTS decoding if your sound card doesn't(eg. VLC media player-has integrated DD and DTS decoding and codecs for all tipes/formats).
sounds like you may have driver conflict with another device. try downloading another ie or try uninstalling the sound card and rebooting the pc. make sure there are no other device for audio attached or recording programs running in the background.
This is a very normal phenomenon.. What is actually happening is while the speakers are turned up, they are amplifying the interference from anything near the audio card within you're computer. Just the same way that you can always tell your cellphone is about to go off. The issue is due to bad insulation in the wires and very often found in cheap speakers. The only way around this is to upgrade your sound card and/or speakers. If this is coming from built in speakers, you're basically SOL. I hope this helps.
Your Codec is damaged. Reload your drivers for your sound card. First uninstall the old ones. Moving your non working speakers and they play fine says they are good. I have a problem that you have new speakers and the problem went away. Drivers do not care what speakers are on the other end. It only produces output. Now that your second pair is working correctly, put back the Harmons and see if the problem comes back
if u play ur speakers with high sounds the speakers gonna give a hit sound and the beep sound what u get actually with the computer what u can do is just play ur speakers in some other system see if the same things happen with ur speakers then ur speakers are not proper if it is playing right with some other computer then there is a problem in ur computer in ur computer go to ur sound drivers software and just turn all settings to default and play if the same problem persissts then reinstall ur audio driver and play then it should play perfectly
I would check what sound settings your individual games are running at. Sometimes when you have the sound set to something your speakers don't fully support (DTS, Dolby Digital, etc.) you'll get some sound and not others. This also happens when you try to push sound to a different number of speakers then you have (5.1 sound to 2.1 speakers, etc.)