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I kinda snapped the headphone a,b speaker control bored and i was wondering where can i get a new one

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I'm not getting any sound out of the speakers. I have sound through my headphones but cann't get anything out of any speakers.


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If you can hear the sound from the headphone(earphone jack), the fault is between the headphone itself or the speakers. Check the continuity of the speakers(voice coil) using the multimeter to determine if it is faulty or not.

If you've confirmed that the speakers are not the issue here, you may spray an electrical contact cleaner to the earphone jack of your unit while pulling and inserting the headset plug to clean the contact from dirt build-up inside. You may also replace the earphone jack with new one to back the unit in normal operation.

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Can the audio be heard normally from the TV while these headphones are also being used? One person in the family is deaf and will use the headphones while the rest of the family will watch also with the...


Randy - I don't know what TV you have but in general media devices turn the internal speakers off when you plug anything into the headphone jacks. If your TV does you can probably do the following for probably around $20 (USD)


If you have a relatively new TV you could get a pair of inexpensive self powered computer speakers and a simple 3.5 mm to RCA stereo adapter. Then plug a standard red-white RCA stereo cable into the red-white stereo output jacks on the TV and the other end into the 3.5mm adapter and a 3.5" stereo cable from the adapter into the computer speakers.


Or, if the TV headphone jack is 3.5" instead of the larger 1/4" headphone type you could simply get a 3.5" stereo Y adapter and then plug the headphones into one end of the Y and the computer speakers into the other.


Either way sound for everyone.


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I get sound through headphones but not through speakers. I do not have a remote. Do I need one to switch to speaker output. Sherwood RV6010R.


You don't say if this new or old equipment, new or old problem.

Usually you just unplug the headphones to enable the speakers.

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Your system is designed to interrupt the signal flow once headphones are attached. It can not be changed without internal modifications. There is no control to do this.

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I don't understand what you want to record. Going from the PC Headphone jack to the PC Line IN might be unwise in order to prevent a feedback loop. External (non-PC) source and PC MIC might work but you would probably want to monitor it on headphones again because of possibe feedback.

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Right click the speaker icon again and select Adjust Audio Properties or open Control Panel and select Sounds & Audio Devices. Select the box to place the icon on the Taskbar for future use.


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