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Headphone jack is weird...

My speakers are working just great, only that when i plug in my headphones into the provided jack from the volume control box, the headphone volume is extremely low, and doesnt send much bass, and also the sound coming through sounds like its one of those cheap streaming audio with the weird background noise

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  • pnomaster Mar 28, 2008

    yeah their panasonic, their extremely good and ive never had any problems till i plugged them in. they worked perfectly on my other logitech X-530s, and the volume is fine on my computer, literally when i plug it in it all changes

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HAVE YOU TRIED THE BEST QUALITY HEADPHONES LIKE SONY AND DID YOU CHECK YOUR COMPUTERS VOLUME?

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  • TOMMYPIMPZ Mar 28, 2008

    ok i want you to try these steps than let me know ok.

    1. Please ensure that the all the connections between the satellite speakers and the subwoofer are firmly connected.
    2. Next, please connect the green colored 3.5mm audio jack to another audio device such as an iPod or an MP3 player.
    3. Ensure that the SoundTouch
    remote control is firmly connected to the back of the subwoofer.
    4.
    Connect the power cord from the subwoofer and connect it to another
    single power outlet in your house. If you have an automated voltage
    regulator (AVR), please connect the power cord through the AVR instead
    of connecting it directly to a power outlet in your house.
    5. Power up the speaker system and check whether the power button on the SoundTouch remote control will light up.
    6.
    Turn on the Matrix Mode ON. This option is on the SoundTouch remote
    control. This is to ensure all speakers from the speaker system will
    produce audio that will be played from the audio device.
    7. Play audio from the audio device. Check and see whether the all the speakers will produce audio being played from the audio
    device.

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plug the green connector from the speakers into your headphone port on your laptop and it should work.

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Make sure your computer has a sound card.

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  1. Open Device Manager by clicking the Start button 4f6cbd09-148c-4dd8-b1f2-48f232a2fd33.png, clicking Control Panel, clicking System and Maintenance, and then clicking Device Manager. 18abb370-ac1e-4b6b-b663-e028a75bf05b.png If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.

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Solution bellow applies in case of "ordinary" audio jack headphones. Also, check if your headphones have a built-in volume control (usually located on the cable). If that is the case, look for a Microphone On/Off switch if one exists.

Step 1.
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Step 2. Run "Volume control ["Start > All Programs > Accessories > Entertainment >Volume Control"] or double click the speaker icon in your System Tray if it's present.

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