I plug my headphones, however the speakers continue to play the audio.
I am aware that there are a lot of posts on this topic, but none of the solutions I've found seems to solve my problem. I use a laptop to Windows 8 64-bit HP Pavilion g6 and have had since August 2013. For a long time, I used my white JVC headphones to receive audio until they broke up. I got a new pair, and everything worked fine until a couple of weeks. I plugged my headphones as I would normally, in opening of Youtube for a video when my friend told me that he could hear the audio. I turned the volume down, thinking that maybe it was loud but he still complained of the noise. The only way I can seem to get the audio to play just for the headphones is type of bend the wire near where it connects to the laptop, and even then he plays that left, through the right channel is quite dead. I'm sure that's not the headphones, as I have tried 2 other pairs. In addition, those that I currently use and my other DO not work with my phone and iPod. I know that the answer is simple to fix but I'm not young anymore, and so my guardian refuses to pay a lot of money for what could be the cause of the problem (e.g. motherboard) repaired. If you know something pelase tell me but please not irritated if I don't understand, I don't much understand computer language ^-^' help would be greatly appreciated.
Hi xneonheartz. It looks like a problem of physics with the port. Because you do want to repair the unit, the least expensive option I can think of might be able to look into USB headphones. I hope this helps.
HelloI recently reinstalled Vista Ultimate on a bigger hard drive, but now I have a problem with my audio devices.(1) when I plug in my headphones to the port of front 3.5 mm external speakers are NOT dumb.(2) the only way I can switch from headphones and speakers is by right clicking the speaker icon in the notification area, click playback devices and "Set is device by default", followed by restart the video or itunes.Can someone help me with this.In addition, and I don't know if it's related, but in device under 'Other devices' management, the SM Bus controller has a yellow Triangle with an exclamation mark inside.Thanks in advance for any helpConcerningRob
This is controlled by the hardware itself or the driver software.
You can try to install the latest audio drivers available from the manufacturer.
If this does not work, you can try to contact the manufacturer for assistance.
I have a PC running Windows 7 for HP Pavilion leisure
Thanks for your posting in Microsoft CommunityIs your question that the President is working with the headset mode
Try to uninstall/reinstall the sound and see if that resets it. Remove the USB headset/microphone is not interfere or conflict with the next steps. Select the Device Manager andGo to the advanced Realtek device
You should see two options from the playback device.See if one of the people to solve the problem. Right-click on the entry for the audio device from RealTek and then LEFT click on the device and click "Uninstall" DO NOT check the box to uninstall the drivers. Restart the PC and Windows starts it will detect and reinstall the RealTek sound
You can contact the HP Support for hardware configuration
As the title says, it has been a few days now when I plug my headphones in my entire toolbar becomes empty. I can absolutely nothing with the taskbar. Only thing he brings is restarting. Someone has experienced the same problem?
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No fault of the driver if the Audio is coming in the internal speakers,
Make sure you put earphone 3.5 mm jack.
Check with the port of the audio input jack
Yes, I checked to make sure it wasn't the atria. I used 2 different pairs, each of the works fine on my other computer.
My laptop has been recently upgraded to Windows 8.1. Since then, the audio Jack was my ear has been detected. This has not happened before.
Also, I know there are a lot of laptops with 'Inspiron 15', but I don't know exactly which one it is. If you could tell me how to find it, I'll do.
If you want to try the native audio driver, the instructions are through this link above. If you want to see if it is better to have a driver directly from Realtek:
Go to the selection of downloads Realtek page. http://www.Realtek.com.tw/downloads/
On the page, click on 'High Definition Audio Codecs.
Check "I accept", and then click "next".
In the column named "Description" you can find the file named README. Who has the instructions for the installation or update.
In the column named "Download", click one of the server names to download the Readme.
Return to the column named "Description" and select your operating system (and if it is 32 bit or 64 bit) at the top of page 2 choice in the list.
In the column named "Download", click one of the server names to download the driver.
The current version on the Realtek site is R2.75. Don't know how that one differs from Dell.
When I try to watch videos, mozilla said that I have to install a plug-in. However, the plug-ins are installed and they work very well with Internet Explorer. Is there something blocking these Mozilla?
I have all the plug-ins installed on my computer, it works with Internet Explorer but not with Mozilla Firefox
This is probably the plugin Flash and Firefox and IE do not use the same Flash plug-in. Your list of plugins shows that the Flash plugin used by Firefox is not installed. You use Firefox, you can visit http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer to install Flash. An alternative method (it is what I prefer), you can use the manual setup programs to install Flash, for details, see http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/191/tn_19166.html#main_ManualInstaller
Are there plug-ins to help improve the quality of audio from the videos a little smart phone? Needing a reduction in thrust and the self-noise of the microphone on the phone at low prices.
There is no single application to "fix a cell phone" because there may be many different problems according to your terms and conditions. Like any record, you can use the normal hearing range effects - noise reduction, maybe some EQ to help with the sound of together and so on.
However, I must say that the usual problem with Audio from a cell phone video is simply that the microphone is too far from the source. Professional videos using a mixture of microphones of shotgun on fish poles or a clip on lavaliers to get as close as possible to the sound source. The bad news is: once you have saved of too far in a bad acoustic environment, there is almost nothing you can do to make a significant improvement.
Hi, using Win 7, during playback of music I plug my headphones but my speakers are still working. I'm on a Toshiba, I'm just lost as to what I can do. I tried using different drivers but not just anywhere. Please help :)HelloI ask you to check if the headphones are connected correctly sometimes if the connection is loose you can hear both.Let us first run the troubleshooter of audio playback and check if it solves the problesm with its own. If this is not the case, change the settings manually, as described in method 2.Method 1.Run the audio Troubleshooter and check. Follow the steps described in the article below and then go to the methods mentioned below:
Check if your headset is set to use as the default value * Communication * device instead of the default device, or if the two devices are configured by default.If so, that the fault of headphones, so that Windows will only use when they are connected.
You can also try to turn off no matter what you do not want to play.1. right click on the speaker icon in the taskbar, then select volume control options.
2. place a check mark on "all devices evolving sound.
3 make sure you have "Default uncontrolled communication device".
4. place a check mark on the speakers and headphones.Keep us informed of the status of the issue.
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My computer old enough, I'll tell you that. I bought it on ebay with Windows XP pre-installed, and I uninstalled it instantly to I can have the pleasure of installing Windows Me (because I'm a little strange) with an installation disc, I had to hang out. Everything worked fine, until one day I decided to install Windows NT 4.0 and that pretty well done the sound somehow. To resolve this problem when I reinstalled XP, I found a driver that worked perfectly. With XP, I've had no problem with the sound since I installed the driver; the sound comes through the headset when it is plugged and through the speakers when my headphones are plugged into.Now, here's the problem. I installed Windows 7 Home Premium last night, as it came with another computer that broke some time ago. It works perfectly, just a little slow because my computer is old. Of course, I expect to have to install the audio driver again, as I formatted my hard drive before installing 7. So I downloaded the driver from the same place, as I always do, site Web of Realtek. After installation, the sound works fine - but it comes out through the speakers and the headphones at the same time.I tried to plug my headphones into the Jack located on the front of the computer and back, and it's still having the same problem. He has nothing else connected to the computer but the monitor, keyboard, mouse and wifi adapter.Windows 7 is the only OS by far that has had this problem on this computer. Strangely, on the computer on which he came with, I have no trouble. I plugged it right in there and badabing badaboom, everything was perfect.So I don't understand why it does not work on this computer. If necessary, my audio device in the sound options is Realtek AC 97 Audio.Any help would be appreciated!HelloThank you to ask a query in a Microsoft Community.I understand that you have problems with the audio devices with the Windows 7 operating system.I have a few suggestions that you can try to solve the problem.Please refer to the suggestion of Mouneshwar R replied on August 28, 2010.How to stop sound play two headphones and speakershttp://answers.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows/Forum/Windows_7-pictures/how-prevent-sound-from-playing-through-both/4d65f6fb-873c-4154-8dd1-638877c6e4a1Hope this helps, if not, please respond to this line, and we will be happy to help you again.Thank you
A few days ago, I remove the headphone jack of my computer with my foot. Since then the headphones aren't working properly. Looks all backround sounds like music and the basic sounds of windows work but if there is no speaking voice distant and distorted sounds.
Hi Revan,You are able to hear the sound from the speakers with no problems?
Check if the headphone jack works fine. Check with another helmet if you are able to hear clearly.If you are using a desktop computer, then connect the headphones to the audio jack back of Panel audio jack front panel and check.Note: If there is no question about the speaker then, I suggest you to connect with another computer and look for the question, if yes, then you need to contact your manufacturer to get the headphones replaced or repaired.For more information see the mention of the article below.
Connect one microphone, music player or other audio device to your computer
http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows7/connect-a-microphone-music-player-or-other-audio-device-to-your-computerI hope this helps.
When I plug the headphones into the audio input socket (not USB), I can't get to work. I went into the preferences system, click on the sound icon. I can see the different audio output device. I have the Digital Out and the receiver of the blue tooth to my sound system. When I disconnect the headphones, internal speakers is displayed. The internal speakers work fine when I select them but when I plug the headphones, internal speakers disappear but no substitute not to headphones, or whatever it is when the headphones were at work.
Several questions to help isolate the issue:
1A this headset has worked with this before iMac?
2 have you tried using this headset with another computer or tried to use a different headset with this iMac?
3. what version of OS X number is the iMac running on?
4. what applications have you tested the headset with?
5. What is the brand of headphones?
As a solution to try that may help would do an SMC reset. You would need to turn off the iMac, unplug the power cord at the back of the iMac (not the wall) for about 15 seconds, then plug it back in and test if the same problem occurs.
You can also start in recovery mode by turning off the iMac, pressing and now the 'command + R' turning on the iMac until you see 'Select a primary language' or four options: restore from Time Machine, reinstall OS X, get online help and disk utility. If you get "Select Language", you select the language and you will see four options.
Go to 'Get help online' and go to a website to test the sound with the earpiece in Recovery Mode. If the problem persists in recovery, be it be a problem with the headphones or a hardware problem with the iMac.
If a different helmet also does not work after trying this, then very probably a problem with the port audio/iMac.
If another helmet works after trying this, most likely a problem with the helmet itself.
When I plugged headphones into the audio jack, there is no sound. The noise comes from the internal speakers. I just installed System Mechanic and ran a system of analysis. I don't know if the registry has been changed or what. It is not a problem with the headphones; I tried another helmet and have the same problem. The phone detects the headset, an icon in the Notifications area saying that a device has been connected.
Inspiron 15 series 3543
Realtek HD Audio Device
Hello. See if it will work when you switch the driver Realtel native audio driver in Windows.
1. open Device Manager (found in the Control Panel, or type devmgmt.msc in the search box).
2. develop the 'audio controllers, video & game' and right click on "Realtek High Definition Audio".
3 Select this option to "Update driver software".
4. click on "Browse my computer for driver software".
5. click on "Let Me pick from a list of drivers on my computer".
6. put the "Show compatible hardware" check box if not already checked.
7. in the list of devices, click on 'High Definition Audio"(native driver).
8. click on "next".
9. in the update driver warning box, click 'Yes' (the driver).
10 restart the portable computer if you are prompted. If not invited, so no need to restart.
[To return to the Realtek driver, do it again but reverse steps 2-7 names].
Original title - card Audio HELP
I have a small problem that should be pretty easy to answer. A quick response would be nice. I'm new on Windows 8, and when you plug a device into the audio jack, a box used for poster asking which device is connected. Now that the box appears when I plug in a device. How do I get it to appear again? I have Windows 8, with player realtek HD audio. More info can be provided.
This problem can occur because of incorrect audio settings. Let's try a few steps to solve this problem.
As you use Realtek HD Audio, I would suggest trying the following steps and check if it helps.
a. press the Windows key + X, choose Control Panel, select hardware and audio.
b. scroll and select Realtek HD Audio Manager.
c. click the icon for folder just above and to the right where it says analog panel back and just below the device's advanced settings.
d. click Activate dialog popup automatically when the unit is plugged in.
e. click OK twice.
f. now, restart the computer and check the issue.
If the problem persists, I suggest you to set the headphone or speaker that you connect as a default value, and check if it helps.
(a) right click on the volume icon in the system tray and then click on "recording devices".
(b) right click on the space empty in the window pop up and then select "Show disabled devices" and "Show disconnected devices".
(c) right click on the headset and then click on 'Activate'.
(d) (d) mettre put out the microphone, then choose "set as default device".
(e) click apply and Ok.
Hope this information helps. Answer the post with an up-to-date issue report to help you further.
HOW CAN I DISABLE THE 3D AUDIO EFFECT? I think that this effect is causing the following problem:
I created an audio file which plays the sound in my left ear without noise in my right ear, and then plays sound in my right ear without any in my left ear. When I plug my headphones into the computer and play the sound, he plays not properly - the ears of his left ear out on both ears and right ear sounds spell on both ears. When I copy the audio clip on my ipod shuffle, my helmet up to this hook, the clip plays exactly as it should: statement sound ear only left ear and right ear his right ear only.
I think that this is due to the computer trying to always emulate a 3d environment. I looked everywhere to turn off this abliity 3d but can't find it.
I have a Studio 1555; It shows the AMD high definition Audio Device and the IDT High Definition Audio CODEC installed.
I tried already tried a few things: 1 - disable the CODEC just turns off the sound altogether. 2. There is no setting in the IDT Control Panel to adjust the 3d. 3-different software all have the same problem (I tried VLC player, windows media, media player classic, itunes and audactity player)aarongres7I tried already tried a few things: 1 - disable the CODEC just turns off the sound altogether. 2. There is no setting in the IDT Control Panel to adjust the 3d
Open the playback of the sound properties (right-click on the taskbar, the audio icon), right click on speakers/headphones, and then click Properties. Click the enhancements tab, and then check "disable all enhancements."
Play the file correctly through the internal speakers? If it's just to play well only through headphones, then it might be a hardware failure. A good test would be to try r. native Windows audio playerassuming that you do not have XP that does not have a native audio driver for HD audio.
If he plays straight wiith this driver that would confirm a configuration issue with the IDT pilot is the cause of the problem. If you have the same symptoms when you use the native driver, which would exclude the driver IDT as the culprit, leaving a bad non - IDT configuration or hardware. (If the file is read correctly with native audio driver through headphones but very well through the speakers then certainly it is material - probably the headphone jack.)
After completing the trial with the native driver, download a new copy of the driver IDT of the Studio 1555 downloads page. Don't forget first - select your XP, Vista or 7 operating system. When you install the new driver files will fix any problem with the IDT pilot configuration, because it will install with its default configuration.
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