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There seems to be a fault with the connection on my 3.5mm audio-in port (intermittent signal). Is there an easy fix for this or would it be better for me to look at an alternative for my audio-in (3.5mm to USB maybe) ? THANKS Richard

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Via trial and error really I enabled the "line-in" socket in Sound settings and it works OK. I also enabled the Dolby Virtual Speaker and this now gives me both channels from my 3.5mm audio-in jack socket...thanks. Sharon.

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