Problem with geting sound out of my external speakers.
Hello, I have been having a little problem getting sound out of my external speakers plugged into my laptop. All I hear is white noise and faint sound coming out of them, is there a solution to this problem?
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There should be a little plug on the TV which is round about the size of a nail. this is the normal plug for earphones and computer speakers. the plug is about .5 inches on the connectivity part. It has two or three conductors separated by a little plastic band.
Plug this into the TV and you have the signal you need to go to either small speakers or to an amplifier.
Set the squelch and knob to full counter-clockwise position. Turn the volume up to the 1/2 way point. Disconnect the external speaker plug from the jack. Disconnect any PA speaker plug from jack. Static / voices should be heard from internal speaker. If not disconnect the mic. Static / voices should be heard. If not, tune a different channel, sound should be heard. if not, look for indication of the radio stuck in transmit mode. If in transmit, there will be no sound until you can stop transmitting (hopefully while connected to a 50 ohm dummy load or suitable antenna - otherwise the final transistors may be blown). Reconnect accessories to determine problem component.
double clic the volume icon from the task bar ( tray ) and when the device volumes pop up ...go to propieties and choose from there the proper plugs and slots ...verify that the volumes to be up and not muted...and try again ... from the sound manager you have to choose to prompt you on plug in ...and then you will have the proper plugs for what ever you use... this last issue I mentionated is a check case that you have to click in order to prompt you for choise each time you plug in or out a audio device..
It's probably _not_ the soundcard (chipset), but the teeny little crummy speakers built into the T42. On a thin, light laptop the manufacturers have to make some compromises, and one of them is that they give you miniature speakers that aren't much good for music reproduction.
The fix: either uses earphones or plug in external speakers into the earphone jack. You can get pretty good, pretty cheap external speakers that give you fine sound.
On the back of your computer, you will see little holes (3.5mm). They are usually color coded, Green is the typical speaker output jack/hole/port. When you buy your speakers, you will plug the cable with Green Head Plug (3.5mm) that is attached to your speakers, into this Green Jack. Turn them on, and you should have audio! Now, if the volume seems weak, you can double click the speaker at the bottom right of your Start Bar in windows. It looks like a little silver circle. This is your volume control There are multiple slide bars to adjust your audio.
Quite common. Faulty speaker ( rob one from an old scrapper laptop theres million of them about now ) . OR ....... on some tomtoms there is an external speaker socket. This socket has an inbuilt switch that switches the internal speaker off when an external speaker is plugged in. Often the contacts on the socket wear a little or get slightly bent and stay OPEN when you unplug the external speaker resulting in NO SOUND . ..... BUT often ( not always ) you still get the tomtom drums on but no sound after that ... a good indication of this probable fault ! You need to open up the tomtom and inspect / clean / bend a little the contacts on this socket. be careful . You need special tools to open a tomtom so dont be silly thinking you can do it without the right tools. GOOD LUCK