Please guide me that how to connect the front speaker and head phone socket with motherboard . i have problem as now i connect my head at the back side of the cpu but as soon as i call any body to another pc every time i have to do a setting in accessories of entertainment then i have to go to properties and then i have to select back pin. because as soon as i click to call the setting change to front speaker and mike. so please help me
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If your speakers work fine when plugged into the headphones socket on the front of the system, then there is no fault with them. If the sound through the speakers is very low when plugged into the rear panel socket, that would suggest that you may be plugged into the line out socket rather than the speaker socket and that there is a mismatch of the impedence between the socket and speakers. If you have three audio sockets on the rear panel, try the speakers in the second output socket (but not in the microphone socket) and see if it makes a difference. You could try the same test using the headphones - do you still get good sound levels with the headphones when plugged in to the rear panel socket? If neither the speakers nor headphones give good sound when plugged in to the rear panel, then you may have a problem with either the sound card if the sockets are on a separate PCI card, or with a poor connection on the cable to the socket header bracket from the motherboard pins for audio for integrated adapters.
Merry Christmas! Probably, you have problem with your sound driver. Try to reinstall the driver and see if it works. Check if the speakers or headphones are connected to Light Green colored socket. It is possible that after servicing, the engineer may have forgotten to connect the front panel connector, if you are trying to connect your headphones to the front panel connector. Try connecting your headphones to the rear panel connector. It is also possible that the output device, like speaker or headphone is not plugged in properly or not working. Connect something else like other headphone. Else give more details about you PC Model no. or Mother Board type.
1.dear you may be not having the front panel socket on your board,or your cabinet is an oldone and the board is new.
2.Go for the audio drivers check them if they are working properly.
3.if your speakers are working then pull out it's jack and insert your headphone in that if any
pop-up appears then click on to headphone tab.