I have a custom built PC, but only one speaker or earphone works when you plug them in. I've tried different speakers/headphones but it still only comes through one side. I've check all of the sound/balance settings and they are all set so the sound should be equal. Can you help?
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Unless it has a plug for earphones it will not be an easy task. Most tvs only have line out (no volume control) or speaker out (rare) to plug in external speakers. Speaker outputs would be much to high to try earphones with. Line out will probably work but with no volume control unless you have it built into your earphones. You will also need an adapter to use the earphones with the line out.
Hi there must be something wrong with the outlet plug. You can start this process by disconnecting ,the speakers and earphones from the device and the TV from the power supply for 2-4 minutes then start again .. If this does not work this way I might have to look at earphone good look kolbrun..
Plugging-in the earphones physically DISABLES the built-in speakers. Unplug the earphone, to ACTIVATE the built-in speakers. Hopefully, the action of unplugging will move the MECHANICAL contacts -- if that mechanism is broken,
then it's like trying a broken light-switch -- you can flip the switch,
but nothing happens.
This may be due to the plug on the computer. when the earphone is plugged it moves a piece of metal that connects to the shank of the earphone plug. When the plug is removed it shoukld spring back and reconnect the internl speakers. if this does not happen due to loss of springiness the speakers will remain mute
Brieftly speaking, my internal speaker stopped producing sound, but when I plug earphones in, there is sound in the earphones.
Just plug in-and-out ur earphones several times (it took me 5 tries) and voila internal speakers work again!
I think there is a mechanical sensor inside the sound output (plug for the earphone) so that once it senses a plug getting in, it shuts internal speaker.
Maybe the mechanical sensor was jammed (spring problem i guess) and it still believe that u have ur earphones plugged-in. "Clogging" the hole for the earphones would allow the spring to spring back to initial position...