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I am only getting audio from one side of my headphons, I cant pan any tracks, only had it for a week or to can anyone help?

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If your only getting signal form one side, your tracks are probably recorded in mono and not stereo, make sure the tracks you have are recorded in stereo, that may have to do with the problem

hope it helps, and hope i get a thumps up

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