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Sound not playing correctly via the speakers on the monitor Back ground music but no voice

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Sounds to me like you may have the monitor speakers connected to the wrong port. It typically connects to the computers Green speaker jack. If it is connected properly, look in the control panel for audio/ speaker properties, change the speaker configuration to stereo speakers, instead of 5.1 speakers. you are likely hearing the rear channel of 5 speaker setup at the moment.

Posted on Aug 29, 2010

  • Trevor Groves
    Trevor Groves Aug 29, 2010

    Did that do the trick? or were you able to find the speaker configuration in the control panel

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