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Why my headphones only playing out of one ear from my mbox2 it use to play out of both ears when recording and play back now it only plays out of one ear from the headphone output from my mbox2 can you tell me what is wrong with my mbox because i have tried four sets of head phones and none works so it has to be the mbox2

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Its suposed to be one ear if its a mono track i think

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