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left speajers works not both

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i have Logitech 2.1 speakers when i plug it half way in MB he riht speaker plays but when i put it in all the way the left one only works.

anything i an do to fix this? i updated audio drivers.

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yes i hae tryed headphones and all. i checked pin the one that needed to be shortened are and all. any ideas?

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U prolly Installed Nvidea sound manager so go to that and have a look.

Depending on speaker system I have had problems with this kind of thing, give the connections a jiggle for a start;)

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You might consider a soundblaster card. The lowend SB Lives are available for really low cost and the audigy series are realtively low cost as well. These cards also have the added benefit of freeing up cpu cycles that will be applied to other applications instead of audio processing.

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I have the same problem, except that mine is the right channel not working. I just got myself a cheap SB Live! Value for replacement since I don't have time to send it for RMA or get another temporary board while it's being RMAed.

 

I guess it's the hardware prob. But I'm not sure if the SPDIF output is affected since I don't have speakers that's using it. I'm only using Altec Lansing's ACS45.1 ..... quite classic huh?

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