I have external speakers and the sound is now coming out sounding like mickey mouse. I changed the speakers out for a better pair and I am still having the same issue. Could this mean my sound card is out? if that si the case is it hard to replace a sound card? (the only "fixing" I have done on my computer is changing the memory stick) BTW I am referring to a desktop emachine if it matters. If I have to replace the sound card can you recommend one? I am not a gamer or even close but i do like to download music and oule like to actually be able to here the proper singer (no offense to Mickey of course) thank you for the help AM
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click start control panel hardware and sound manage audio devices playback you might have to set a default go for via high definition audio then right click on speaker you might have to configure them then select properties you will see tabs general level in this tab make sure your setting are loud enough also enhancements and advanced from the drop down list in the advanced tab select dvd quality or another then apply also click start control panel hardware and sound manage audio devices playback you should see your speakers right click select enable or you might have to configure them this option will be at the bottom of of the playback list also right click on the speaker select properties you should see a few tabs general levels enhancement and advanced you might find you need to select a different option possibly stereo or dvd or studio quality hope this helps you
Yes, the speakers must be connected to the device. Your speakers use an older color code for connections. The black plug from your speakers goes in the green socket on the device. There may be a black socket on the device, but due to the color changes, black now indicates a surround speaker connection, not the main speaker connection. I would guess, not seeing your speakers, that the tan plug is either for a microphone, or more likely, is how you connect the left speaker to the right one.
Ans: a recent update from Microsoft has made changes to your IRQ of sound card chip on the motherboard... now how to solve it... either get a new driver for the sound card or buy this in Ebay for 1$ and use it in the USB port and attach the speakers to that... this is called "USB sound card Adpator" only external speakers can work... pls give me a feedback reg
no if external speakers work that means that the sound card is absolutely fine> now let me tell u the computer itself doesnt have any in built speakers> either u connect external speakers or the monitor that u use should have speakers built with it> then u connect the monitor to the computer then also use a thin sound cable from the monitor to the back of the computer on the green port
IF you have xp go to control panel/sound,speech and audio. You will see a drop down choice that says change speaker settings. Click on this. Then under the tab that says speaker settings hit advanced. Then select the sound scheme that says monitor with stereo speakers and apply this. Assuming you still have a functioning sound driver this should return it to the monitor speakers. Hope this helps.
It sounds like the audio jack itself has internal damage. Depending on how it is mounted on your laptop case, or possibly on an internal circuit board inside the laptop; it might be possible to repair the jack or replace with a new 1/8" audio jack. Some soldering skill may be required after disassembling the laptop and getting access to the jack.
Check your audio settings to make sure that it's going to the right driver.
goto: start -> control panel -> sound and audio devices
out of the 5 tabs, you'll want to pay attention to 2 of them, these are the "audio" and "voice" tabs. Make sure that your speakers on are the external sound system's drivers and not your internal sound card. (Basically, make your sound playback the same as your sound recording)