Forum discussion tagged with Jack.
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    My mic is not recognized by my computer's jack.

    My mic is not being recognized by my jack in my windows 10 hp laptop, and it only has one jack port which is compatible with mic and headphones/headsets, PLEASE HELP ME, I have been trying to fix this for so long.
  2. M

    Headphone Jack Not Working Properly

    For awhile now my headphone jack for my laptop isn't working. The right ear is working perfectly fine yet the left ear has little to no sound, i have to balance the audio with a software and that doesn't work properly and make the audio lower. I also cant get USB adapters as my laptop only has...
  3. K

    Broken front audio jack

    Hello! So my front audio jack is broken. I bumped into it a while ago and have been using the back audio/mic jack instead but with my new setup I can't reach the back. Is there any way I can replace this? I live in TheNetherlands and can't find such parts easily. So if there is a replacement...
  4. Ghost2609

    Headset have opposite stereo . Left is right Right is left on PC in the front jack.

    So my Sades SA-708 got opposite stereo Left is right and Right is left only on my PC but only in the front audio jack. I have speakers plugged into the rear jack and I have a program that I can switch between Speakers and Headphones with F9 and F10. In the rear jack the headset is working like...
  5. L

    Speaker is quiet and muffled

    Okay, so to begin with I'll list the issues, number one is that I can barely hear anything coming from my right speaker, however my left is crystal clear. What I can hear is muffled, almost like all foreground noise was taken out. I know the speakers work as I tested them on other devices, and I...
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    My laptop has only one jack, external mic is not working

    Hi guys, I just bought a new ASUS G771JW (Win10) and as I am trying to plug in my external mic, a window with 3 options appears: Headphones, Speakers or Headset. No microphone option. I tried to plug it into other computers and laptops and they all recognize the mic. When I plug in a USB...
  7. Vizuka

    Blue Yeti, Humming/Hissing sound from headphone jack.

    I just bought a Blue Yeti and i was going to try out the headphones monitoring/built in DAC/Amp, but when i plugged my headphones in and put the volume higher i noticed a very noticable hiss/hum coming from the mic, so i first thought it was the mic picking something up in my room. But then i...
  8. K

    HELP With Creative Inspire T2900 2.1 Speakers

    Hi, I have a Creative Inspire T2900 2.1 Speakers that is now about 12 years old. It used to work perfectly until yesterday when there was a huge thunder, it stopped producing sound. The speaker has power because the device green light is on. The sound port on the motherboard is fine because when...
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    I bought a headset with a single audio and mic cord, my laptop only has one audio and mic jack, mic doesn't work

    I bought a new Turtle Beach Ear Force Recon 50P Gaming Headset, it comes with one audio and microphone cord. My laptop has one audio and microphone jack. When I plug it in, the audio is fine but the microphone doesn't work. All that works is the internal microphone in my laptop. Please help!
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    How do you hook up Bose speakers?

    Ok, so i have a pair of Bose 301 series IIII and i would like to know what cords i need to purchase to get them working. I have very basic knowledge on speakers and how to use them but i do know that i need some sort of cord to hook these up. All i have are the two speakers and they work fine...
  11. naroslife

    Audio splitter considerations

    Hello there! I have multiple speakers sitting around still, and I was thinking about utilizing as much of them as I can. So here's what I have: ■ one set of 2.1 speakers (Genius SW-HF2.1 1200 wood) ■ 2 pieces of old Magnat speakers connected to a Panasonic Mini HiFi using the kind of...
  12. Jesermay

    Audio Switch Volume Issues

    Diagram of issue: Current set up: Three audio sources - Mac, PC and Gamecube - are attached to a Audio Source Selector - Basically, an audio switch - via RCA (the Mac and PC both use 3.5mm to RCA cables, with the Gamecube using it's default RCA audio cables). The Audio Source Selector is...