This is an easy fix . Go to The web site for REALTEKAC97 AUDIO and down load audio drivers foryou E-Machine T3410 with the approaite os (windows XP HOME) . After restarting your desktop all will be good. I had the same problem , this is the easiest and cheapest (free) way to get all well with your PC...JOEPROMO
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The plug on the headphone itself can easily be tested with a ohm meter at the plug end--if two black bands it is stereo, check with the meter from the section at the tip of the jack to each of the other two segments to see if continuity with each speaker in the head phone.
About the only way the socket it plugs into goes bad is one speaker will not work or it does not cut the sound out when inserted to a internal speaker if the unit has one.
The monitor does not have sound passthru feature so the speakers would not be able to work that way. You can connect the speakers to the Roku box in the audio out jacks. You will need to get a cable from radio shack to make the connection.
first check for your head phone. Try to test it to other gadgets. if it is found o.k then if it is o.k, maybe the female connector ( the connector from the LCD monitor) has a defective contact. try to replace the female port of your LCD ask for a technical help. Hope this may help you
selectbanker, As a test only try this. Remove green plug from rear of pc. Find old am/fm stereo transistor radio or even a portable cd player and connect the green plug to your "new" audio source. Can you hear anything coming out of the monitor's speakers? Also try a set of stereo headphones in the green audio "out" jack to see if sound is coming out of the pc. Narrow down where loss of signal occurs first. 12fixlouie
Hello there: First i would recommend that you check the condition the speaker wires and ensure that they are ok Next check to see if they are close to any electronics cause the feedeback from electronics will tend to give a distorted or matty sound You can also try to upgrade you sound card from the manufacture of the card ok And one trick they taught us in school is to use just a touch of baby oil on the tip of the connector that goes into the computer this ensures a good connection I hope that this is very helpful for you Best regards MIchael
check the speak rail, the emachine speakers need a amplifier, there should have a power supply plug, that you need to plug it in.
if not, call up the place you brought the machine and ask them, where is the amplifier plug.