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IF the head phone jack works and the speakers don't then the issue is the jack. The jack disconnects the speakers when the headphones are plugged in. I have seen the jacks get the connections bent out of place by having pens and other objects stuck in the head phone jack. Ignore the subwoofer it is on its own circuit,
It's either your headphone is no longer working or your phone's headset jack (2.5 mm) might be causing the issue. Try to use a different headphone and if it still don't work please bring handset to a repair center.
When making calls, try putting it on speaker phone.
This problem is widespread, and it is due to a problem where the phone does not recognize that the headphone jack has been unplugged. This means that the phone will send data to the headphone jack, and not to the speaker anymore. You can try to 'unstick' it by inserting and removing a jack until it recognizes it, or repeatedly blowing into the phone's headphone port. Both of these solutions have worked for me, but they take quite a bit of effort, so I have just gotten into the habit of using speakerphone. For me it still works, event when the phone is in headphone mode.
if what you are trying to do is connecting a regular speakers not made for pc, it would be best to connect through a stereo receiver for most time your pc does not have enough power to drive those speakers. You will need a RCA to standard stereo head phone jack connectors (at your local radio shack). Plug in headphone jack to your sound out put jack in your pc. Connect RCA jack to your receiver's Aux, or any other available input slot(CD, Vidro, ect...) make sure to start up at low volume for it might be really loud.
When you plug your headphones in there is a dis connect the head phone jack should be contacting to break the circuit to the internal speakers. Try a different head phone set. If this doesn't work, the female jack is (in the computer) is probably malfuncitoning. This will require a decent repair man...