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Msi ge 60 laptop playing audio with a very large echo, through head phones too.

Msi ge60 laptop. The audio was not working through the headphones and sounded really staticy, Through the speakers it sounded bad and had an echo. I sent my laptop to get the audio fixed and all they did I guess was change out the audio card, which in turn allowed me to listen through my headphones but there is still a powerful echo afterwards.

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Check your audio settings and see if your microphone is muted, if it isn't try muting the microphone and see what happens.

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There isnt any problem in your laptop. What on earth made you think there was? Your problem is the headfones are stuffed at least that is how you explained it throw them away and get some more??

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How long has this been going on? Have you tried updating the soundcard drivers or rolling back to the last set of drivers if this is a recent problem?

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log on to support.dell .com
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SOURCE: Replace laptop headphone jack (Toshiba Satellite A55-S326)

It on board so its going to take some really good solder work and a new jack from Radioshack. or the other solution is you can buy a sound card from any best buy, computer store or even online for cheaper then you can to fix that professionally.

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