Question about Altec Lansing 4.1 140 WATTS SPEAKER SYSTEM (SELECT 4100) Computer Speakers
I have the 4100 series model, and in the last few weeks I believe a problem has occurred with the headphone jack on the system controller. I only get sound on the left channel. I've tried two different sets of headphones, and switching from "gaming" to "stereo x2" modes. No dice. I've made no software or hardware changes. All four extrernal speakers and the subwoofer work normally. I've checked that all cables and connections are correct and firmly seated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I may be too simple of an answer but that would happen if the headphones weren't plugged all the way in. If there is a bend in the connector and it's hitting the speaker they may not be plugged in all the way.
Posted on Mar 28, 2007
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