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I would guess there is a fault with with the earphone jack socket, the soldering to the printed circuit board or perhaps some of the electronic components that might or might not provide attenuation and/or tone correction for the earphones.
Probably be a cheaper cure to use bluetooth.
I use a usb FM transmitter so my sound files can be played on any nearby FM radio.
The earphones and the sound bar have the same functionality: they are RECEIVERS of sound from an audio source, i.e you cannot connect one to the other (and anyway, what would be the point ?). You connect the soundbar to/with an A/V system, a TV, etc. You connect your earphones to/with a computer, laptop, phone, tablet, etc.
Its very rare a mac has sound problems. Some earphones consume batteries, does yours have batteries in it? and is it powered on while connecting? With the earphones connected, check system volume and increase the sound while playing music. If there is sound coming from the mac itself then there maybe an issue with the AUX connection. Possible dust blocking the port. Clean it and try again. If there is no sound coming from the mac itself while the earphones are connected, then the AUX port is connected to the earphones and is in good working condition. Increase the volume on both devices, the mac and the earphones, if it has this feature. If there is still no sound, there may be a problem with the earphones itself. Possibly bad wires already, connect the earphones to other devices and listen for sound. If still no sound, replace earphones.
The simple damage your laptop and here is you can not move but the socket
earphone / headset of your laptop,the opening of outlets are you have seen lock switch is you just
poke a gently using the little things like the end of ball pen.good luck and hopefully helped revenue
Check your settings for sound in the control panel the fact that you can hear sound from the headphones indicates that the sound card is functioning correctly and not muted. It may be disabled in the control panel.