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The left channel of my toneport is higher than the right side in the outputs...even in the headphones its the same. When i push play with very low volume i start listening first on the left channel. I change the way outs in the toneport to the mixing board and it changes in the speakers to, so it has to be from the toneport. And the headphones/output proves the same. How can i put them iqual? Hope that you can help me, please!! Thanks

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  • davidhumb103 Jul 03, 2010

    But when i am listening directly on the pc its perfetc.. its only when i plug on the toneport.

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Check out your speaker settings in Sounds and Audio devices, in your control panel.

Start - Control panel - Sounds and audio devices - Check the speaker volume under the "volume" tab and the volume controls for audio playback under the "Audio" tab.

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  • dgsturt Jul 04, 2010

    I had assumed you had set up your Toneport, and so went directly to other aspects which could affect the output.



    But the fact remains, you'll have to check the settings of your Toneport and balance the outputs. That may mean having the left on volume level A and the right on volume level B.

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