Getting sound from speakers when heaphones are plugged in.
No matter what headphones I use, I still get sound from the unit speakers at the same time and I am unable to turn it off. Turning the volume down controls both the speaker volume as well as the headphone volume. Is there a setting that needs to be changed or something? Please Help!
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Re: Getting sound from speakers when heaphones are...
Hi,I know that the earphone jack usually has the switch built in, and often it takes a certain "End Shape" on the Headphone Plug to actually "Activate" it... I am wondering if this is not actually your problem? and maybe ya just gotta get the "Right One"?
Sometimes I have seen the "Switch" in the Jack fail and cease to "Cut out" the speakers... which generally means replacement.
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the problem could either be the port or your headphones. try to check if your headphones are working on a different computer; if they are, try hooking a set of external speakers on the audio port of your g430. if you don't hear any sound from the external speakers, then the problem is with the port itself. check if your computer is within warranty; if it is, contact lenovo technical support
There are some possibilities. One, your speaker may be blown or disconnected. Make sure the wiring is still connected to the speaker and if you have one, try measuring the resistance(impedance) of the speaker with a volt ohm meter.Do this unplugged from current and disconnect one of the wires from the speaker or you will get a reading from the output stage. Two if there is a heaphone or line out jack it may have become faulty. If you have sound with the headphones plugged in your amp is still producing sound. Some jacks are designed to interrupt the signal to the speakers allowing you to practice without bothering anyone. If your amp has that feature and you still have sound with the headphones and your speaker tests OK then your problem is the jack. Hope this helps.