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These are analog speakers and do not need a driver. First, make sure they're plugged into the speaker/headphone jack and not the microphone jack. Second, make sure the computer's sound output is enabled and set the headphone/speaker jack. Third, verify that the sound output is working by plugging in a headphone set or a different pair of speakers. If the computer sound checks out, the speaker cable is bad or the power supply is not working.
No the headphone jack doesn't disable the speakers. There are two switches in the lower middle of the receiver that are labeled speaker A and B. Pushing one of these should disconnect the speakers from the receiver.
You just answered your own question. Same here, my jack only plays one channel (or vocals as you said), but when I push down on it or twist the male end of the headphone as it's plugged in, I can rig it. It's just shorted man, you need a new one. My issue happened when my friend tripped over the cord, while plugged into desktop speakers and it jerked it out. I am just having a serious issue finding any to order online so my local PC Repair shop can put it in.
Headphone jack is an output not input jack. Your going to need a cord to go from your headphone jack(output) of your phone to audio input on your receiver. The cord has a mini stereo plug to the phone and RCA plugs of left and right to your receiver auxiliary input. Good luck..
I dont think the JACK is the problem, I suspect a bad headphone wire (intermittent) or an incorrect driver, headphone jacks in laptops are software controlled, (no mechanical switch inside) if you hear sound in both the headphones and the speakes it is a driver issue, try updating the driver, if the headphone wire is erratic it can fool the software that controlls the input and do crazy things also...
Check multiple files to make sure it's not the song you are playing. But most likeley the headphone jack itself is worn or bent from having pressure applied from having it in a pocket or the like while listening to it. You can try to apply pressure (not alot) to the jack going around it in a slow circular motion to see if it can make contact. Otherwise you are going to either have to send it to apple to have them replace it, or you may find a repair service online to replace the approx $15 part for the headphojne jack itself.
No, there ar no audio drivers. If you use the headphone jack a lot, it coul dbe that the headphone jack has broken loose from the board. The headphone jack also controls audio to the speaker. The headphone jack must either be resoldered to the board or replaced. Please see this link:
It is a mecanical problem, not in settings. The laptop's headphone jacks have builted-in switches that disconnect internal speackers when the headphone jack is plugged in. You need to replase headphone jack with a new one or manually desactivate the swith - must to get ino your laptop and have skills in work with soldiering iron
Go to the icon tray and double click the speaker icon. Have a look in the Advanced controls to see if you have taken the mute off the pc speaker. There might also be an option to play sound on the pc speaker simultaneously with the headphones. If so, uncheck the dual play box so the sound will not play through the pc speaker when you have the headphones plugged in.