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Hi, I have a Toshiba Satellite L850-1D4. When I plug my headphones in(I've tried several different sets) the sound comes out distorted. I can hear background music ok if I wiggle the lead slightly but the voices sound far off. I've tried adjusting my sound settings but I've had no luck. My laptop is fairly new, brought only a month or so ago and I don't abuse the jack at all. I need help? Thanks in advance for any help you can give...

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Check your sound device levels. you may need to enable that headphone port before it is usable. you can do this in the control panel tab. reinstalling your sound drivers wouldn't hurt also.

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Check which microphone device u have set up. Try changing it around. Also try just speaking closer to the microphone and into the mic. Some mics just are not good.

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