Question about Computers & Internet
Hello. plug them into a stereo jack on a regular stereo. if it works, then at least you know they are working. Then you can plug them into the headphone jack on your computer. If they still do not work but worked on your stereo, then you have to find out why you are not getting audio output to your headphone jack on your computer On your computer, go to control panel, then to sound, then adjust system sound. make sure none of the mutes are checked at the bottom of any of the volume levels. you can also plug in a regular pair of headphones to the jack in back of your pc to make sure that you are getting sound. if not, then you have to enable the sounds to your pc jack in the sounds menu. hope this helps.
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