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Sound only in 1 Speaker Instead of Two

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I am having a big trouble with this sound card. I m not sure If I am doing something wrong, but I really don't think so. After I disabled the sound of my previous sound card, following all the instructions, and installing the card I set in the Philips sound card setup my sistem as a two-speaker set. Well I only got sound in one speaker. I tested the sound also with my headphones and got the same. There's an option in the Phillips setup to test your speaker and I got not response for the right front speaker.

I also tried to plug my speakers to the rear out connection,.and setting as a 4 speaker system, I got response in the Philips testing panel of both speakers, but I cannot hear any sound in windows( I ve heard its because its only for sorround sound) but, there is a way to make work both speakers when listen music on windows?

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Not sure if this will help, go to your control panel and then to your sound and audio devices, on the volume tab check to see if both speakers are set to high on the speaker volume option

hope it helps

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

  • mark hudson Jun 13, 2008

    well i did say not sure if it would help, wont be offering you any more suggestions!!!



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