Question about Sony Fontopia MDR-EX81LP/B Consumer Headphones
Brand new earphones. Work fine on ipod, however when plugged into computer sound only comes out of one earphone. I am not that savvy with computers so I have no idea where I would go to fix this, but they should just be plug and play right?
You're right - they should just plug in and work.
1. Open Volume Control on your computer - if you don't know any easier way, you'll get it from Start_All Programs_Accessories_Entertainment (in XP, at least). Once that's open, check that all the Balance sliders are in the middle of their travel.
2. See if matters improve if you fiddle with the plug - pulling it out a millimetre or two sometimes makes a difference, as can wiggling it from side to side.
3. Try other headphones on the computer - it may be that the sound card is faulty.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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