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I am gettting sound through my headphones but not my speakers why?

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  • rochester883 May 16, 2010

    I want to hear music by not using the headphones. What i ment was when the headphones are not pluged in there is no sound from the speakers why?

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Normally when you plug in the headphones, the plug turns off the speakers.

Power for the speakers come from the amp to the plug ... there is a switch that opens when you insert the plug. Makes sense in 99% of the cases if you think about it. Why do you need the spakers if you have headphones on?

Posted on May 16, 2010

  • A Miller May 16, 2010

    My friend ... I answered the question that you asked ... now you are changing the question.



    As I understand it ... you have your speaker system plugged into your computer and you CAN listen to the signal when using headphones. However, even though you can hear with the headphones, when you disconnect, there is no signal getting to the speakers in the speaker system.



    If there is a signal AT the speaker outlet on your speaker (as evidenced by your hearing the sound from your headphone), there likely is a fault with the internal switch not reconnecting after you disconnect the plug.



    Normally, this will be a stereo phone plug of some size (a switched common leg, a right side and a left side connector corresponding to the Tip, ring and barrel connection. If the switch on the 'common' leg doesnt close when you unplug, signal cannot pass to run your speakers.



    IF you can get the speaker case open, you might be able to adjust this switch or at least test it (short out the common leg). You may be able to replace the jack ... find a replacement at Radio Shack. If you are not skilled at soldering and have the proper tools (use ONLY rosin core) ... maybe you should take this unit to a electronic repair shop for repair.



    I hope I have answered your question.



    Thanks for the feedback and thanks for your your interest in FixYa.com

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