In my Pc, I can hear only Only the left channel sound . The right channel sound couldn,t hear ;
( I am tested with several speaker systems, but I still can hear sound only in one speaker. the another speaker remains as no sound)
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Re: Problem with sound
Its easy. Jus from task bar click on that Speaker Icon of sound. In that you can select the left channel, right channel or both! Keep the pointer in middle and you will get sound in both the channels! Enjoy
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If the sound is also dead on that channel on a pair of headphones. Then you have probably lost the main power amp for that channel. To be certain. With you headphones on, slide or turn the balance control so you can only hear the faulty channel. With some music playing turn up the volume. If you can hear "faintly" music playing then the pre-amp is OK and the power amp has gone. The power amp will be located on a heat sink. It will consist of 4 transistors (2 for each channel) or one big device (or two) (an IC). If it is transistors you only need to replace the two for the right channel.
Hey ajn1n1 we need to fine where the tinnyness is coming from Lets do a test shall we,
hook up your voice matched polks to your front left and right speaker outputs on your amp to see how they sound as mains. if you hear tinny then its the speakers. sometimes speaker need to be broken in a bit.
hook up your main front left and right speakers to your rear outputs. if you hear the tinnyness then its the output of that channel on the amp or a setting. Newer amps let you change speaker sizes in the menu so that it can change over the crossover for that channel.
You should be able to online to the manufacturer of your products and download manuals. However, I will try to help.
Connect the sound output cables from your DVD player including, left/right(white/red) as well as the Coax output/input if your DVD and your Carver each have this feature for enhanced sound on certain DVDs, and connect to the matching DVD inputs on your Carver.
Then, connect your DVD video output either by use of your RGB(RED/GREEN/BLUE cables or an S Video cable to your the matching video inputs on your t.v.
On the back of your Carver, you will find outputs for left and right speakers, connect to the left and right speakers with proper wire. Make sure that the 2 conductor wire is connected with the same side(polarity) on all speakers for the best sound quality.
You will also find rear channel left and right outputs on your amp, connect those to your rear right and left speakers.
Connect the center channel speaker to the center channel speaker output on your amp.
If your Amp has a sub-woofer output and you have a subwoofer, make the connections on that as well.
Test all of the speakers with a feature that many amps have on the menu using your remote, simply called test. if all speakers are connected correctly you will be able to hear each one as they are individually tested by the amp. Hope this helps out.
Good day sir/maam, to verify if the right channel is the problem, swap the speakers to confirm. Assuming that the right channel is the problem, set the balance control to the right (or simply disconnect the left speaker) and place you ear near the problem right speaker. Adjust the volume control up and down several times. you should hear a soft hiss that goes up and down also. this comfirm that the power amplifier stage is good. the problem is anywhere from the tuner/tape/cd/switch or jack. If you dont hear the hiss sound then the power amplifier is the problem. in both cases, you may need to bring it to a service center. hope this helps.
Check your speaker connections it sounds like you have a 5.1 or higher sound system. 5.1 means left front speaker, right front speaker, center speaker, right rear speaker, left rear speaker and subwoofer.
Voices in movies all get channeled to the center speaker (you can usually hear it a bit from the right and left front speakers as well). If your center speaker is disconnected or not working, you will only hear the background sounds.
You could test the speakers on another computer or another type of player. As for testing the speaker itself you might want to open them up and look for rust.. Moisture could have gotten inside and ruined them. That is the best that I can do.
all of the channel are resonding to the test. but you cant notice it bec 5.1 speakers, each channel are designed to respond to a certain frequecies. the L/R channel your talking about have the mid-range frequecies so it responds clearly compared to other channels...
I think you mean the left channel is out but when you use test tone, the sound comes from left and right channels through the right channel speaker. If this is case, the switching IC is malfuncting. Unit needs service