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Y cable configuration

It's the latter, metal, band, metal, band and then metal on ONE of the Y leads. The 1/8" connector for the back of the PC is all metal with no banding.

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Ok single band is mono... double band is stereo... if you have headphones that are mono try them on the pc... then stereo are next. let me know which one works

Robert

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ok the only issue i see causing the problem if stereo headphones work directly on the laptop is that you are running stereo to mono and maybe back again. it did occur to me as well... why are you using a Y plug.

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