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Frank, What exactly are you trying to accomplish? Are you attempting to do a single mix with only 1 output/speaker? Depending on your personal preferences, if you are using multiple outputs, then you should be running everything in stereo. It is more difficult, but when mastered, it will give you a better sound than just mono. For example; If you are amping your drums, they should always be panned in the middle. That is, unless you are going for individual snare separation. If your lead guitar stands to the left of the main vocalist, then the guitar should be panned slight left. Rhythm guitar should be in the middle. ETC. Remember, in the end, it all comes down to the sound you are trying to attain. So as the sound mixer, the ball is in your court. ^^ Good luck, and hope this helps.
Is it working for phone calls? If no to phone calls you need to pair it with the phone. If it does work on the phone, just not music, have you created a Stereo to mono profile? (A music to headset). Phone calls are all mono, music isn't. You didn't say which iphone you have; they are different for setup depending on model.
Would love to help you with this issue , however what make , model, chassis number do we have there? Without that info it's like apples and oranges. Don't be fooled by capacitors... A cap can look brand new and never hold voltage thus cause issues specially on power boards aka PSU'S.. You sure don't want to trow parts at a plasma tv it can be a very expensive DIY project... Should you give me what the leads are doing on the front I or we may be able to pull a code from it and find where to look for the issue, otherwise good luck.
Since the screen keeps turning off and sound only remains have a look at the inverter board for any buldging capacitors which look like blue cans, there is most probably a short in the inverter and the powersupply is sensing this thus turning it back into standby to prevent damage to the tv.
Look for: More fuses, a blower relay, how the heck this relates to Dell Flatpanel Monitors; some wrenches and rubber gloves (over a liner glove if it's cold!), small animals hording food or nesting in your blower area (and thus likely also a bad air filter), a bad blower motor (or brush component) or drive circuit, or a heating element sensor whose sensibilities are lost or disconnected and thus telling the controls to chill until that's fixed.
I hope that if your Dell's stuck in the blower that this makes a good story on film.
Do you have stereo headphones available? If so, try plugging the headphones into the computer. If both headphone speakers work then the problem is either in the monitor or the audio cable. If only the right headphone speaker works, then the problem is in the computer....probably a bent or broken contact in the audio output jack, or perhaps an incorrectly placed sound jumper on the motherboard.
Try to find another sound jack...for example, if you're using the sound jack on the rear panel...is there another one on the front of the computer?
Are you using the correct type of stereo sound cable? There should be three metal electrical contacts on the sound connector....a metal tip, a separate metal ring, and the metal sleeve. If there is only a metal tip and a metal sleeve with no ring...then you're using a "mono" cable that will only support one speaker.
If the cable and computer are ok, then your monitor probably has a problem with it's left speaker. You'll need to take it to a qualified computer or tv repair technician to track down the exact cause and repair it.
I had the same problem. The speakers are mounted below the the LCD Monitor. There is no internal connection between the speakers and the TV Audio. There should have been a short patch cord in your box having one jack on one end and two wires with mono jacks on the other. Plug the stereo jack into the audio out on the monitor and then plug the other jacks into the left and right side of the speakers (the wires should be marked L and R). If you cannot find the jack, I'm sure that you can find one on line or get one from Radio Shack.