Why will your mac only play audio through headphones instead of the built in speakers?
Speakers and headphones are audio output devices. Read More
Speakers and Headphones send out audio from a computer! Speakers and Headphones send out audio from a computer! Read More
Run the audio through a receiver and speakers. Most receivers will let you hook up headphones and the speakers can either be on or off. Read More
How do you play through the audio jack and default PC speakers at the same time I have a Windows 7 HP?
You can't play sound through BOTH at the same time. The audio jack is basically a switch. When nothing's plugged into it, the sound is directed to the speakers. If you plug headphones or another set of speakers into it, the audio sgnal is diverted to whatever youi've plugged into the socket. Read More
There is a 1/4" headphone port located at the back of the PSR-295; plug your headphones into that and the audio is transferred to the headphone instead of the speakers. If your headphones use a 1/8" plug, you'll need an adapter. Read More
It is an audio device (such as an external sound card, headphones, or speakers) that is connected to a USB port. Read More
Many televisions do not have headphone jacks anymore. Almost every TV that has a headphone jack will shut off its internal speakers when the headphones are connected. You should look at wireless headphones that will connect to the audio output of the television instead of the headphone jack if you need to use both at the same time. Read More
The 2nd Generation iPod Touch has built in speakers, but all other generations of the iPod Touch will require headphones or speakers in order to listen to audio Read More
Bowers & Wilkins was founded in 1966. Today, they specialize in the sales and production of home audio speakers, iPod and computer speakers, headphones and car audio. Read More
Generally speakers are plug-and-play. If you have tried that and it didn't work go to your control panel to 'Sounds and Audio Devices' to 'Speaker settings' then 'Advanced' and change the scroll bar to 'Headphones' Read More
NO!..Don't do that. Speakers connect to audio out socket, headphones. VGA is Versatile Graphics Adapter. For video, not sound. Read More
Sound card configued to either speakers, headphones or to a midi device Read More
Buy a sound card or plug your speakers or headphones into the audio jack on your computer's motherboard usually located on the back or front of the computer. Then you run an audio file or play audio on the computer itself. Read More
If it is an audio-output jack, then yes. If it is input, it can be used for a microphone. You can test this by trying headphones or speakers on the jack, this won't damage anything on your...computer? Read More
Is there a way to manually mute certain speakers in a situation with a defective headphone plug in where sound comes out of both headphones and built in laptop speakers?
Nope - if your sound is coming from both the headphones and the built-in speakers, it's your headphone socket in the laptop - not the plug that's at fault ! Basically an audio socket is a switch. While no external speakers (ie headphones) are connected, its internal components direct the sound to the computer's built-in speakers. Inserting a plug into the socket breaks the connection to the internal speaker circuitry, and directs the sound to… Read More
the lm386 is used mainly as a audio ampplifier to power small speakers or headphones Read More
The electronics company JBL mainly manufactures audio equipment. Some of the audio equipment that JBL manufactures would include speakers for radios or headphones. Read More
Realtek HD Audio Manager problem - audio plays out loud despite speakers turned off and headphones plugged in. Does anyone know how I can fix this problem?
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First you need to locate your audio output on the laptop. It is green and labeled headphones. Get a cheap amplified speaker system (You can find them for 9.99$ these days) and plug it in. Enjoy! Read More
Lightning audio (I presume an MP3, WAV or FLAC), is very good if the audio sampling is high enough quality and the audio output (being Speakers or Headphones) are high enough quality, it could sound like lightning just struck beside you. Read More
It means that you can add speakers to your TV. The sound will be coming OUT of your speakers but for audio in any device that makes sound will also be heard through your TV. Read More
Headphones are a piece of hardware that lets you listen to audio right to your ears without the use of speakers, so to answer you question, I guess they would be a hard copy, they would be referred to as hardware though. Read More
The card needs to be configured, or re-configured to play through more then 2 speakers. This can be changed in "Audio/Speakers/Sound" in the control panel. Read More
Although technically possible, headphones are not designed to be microphones. Get a microphone and plug it in to your PC instead. You can choose from USB or analog microphones with prices ranging from $5.00 to thousands... Read More
When I'm wearing headphones the sound come out my speakers on the laptop when i get a message on skype. How do I stop this?
The same happens to me, and if you call someone, the other audio (eg music) plays in the internal speakers, while your call plays in the headphones. I sent a message to the HP facebook page, they told me to install a previous BIOS, but that didn't work. I think it might be to do with the Beats audio function, but I'm not sure. If anyone finds ourt can they tell me? thanks. Read More
A microphone is a sound (audio) input device. Many computers also feature a "line-in" audio input port which can accept a stereo sounds signal, for example from a HiFi component. Speakers, headphones and "line out" connectors are all audio output devices. Read More
Find the audio-out port on the back of your PC or side of your laptop (usually a green marker with a picture of headphones or sound waves), and plug in headphones or speakers. If you only have the white and red stereo cables, head over to a wal-mart and buy a "Y-Splitter" so that it will fit into the computer and plug your stereo cables into the splitter. Read More
Do you need a new soundcard for your computer if when you put on your music and listen to them through the speakers or a headphones and the sounds comes all distorted?
Usually if this happens, yes unfortunately you need a new sound card. Sometimes it is only a piece of audio software that is set to change the sound. Read More
Vista has a different procedure in order to control devices such as headphones and speakers. If you disconnected your speakers (headphones) while you listening to music (movie) and connected it again Vista will not resume sound. What you have to do is open Sound control window and connect disconnect the speakers. If vista recognizes it you will see that. You have problems with the sound card then you have check drivers. if it didn't help… Read More
Not quite sure what you are referring to. If you mean FEEDBACK....turn you speakers down to zero when recording with a microphone...just use headphones to monitor the signal. Read More
As long as your iPod has a standard 3.5mm output audio jack, then any headphones with a 3.5mm audio jack should work with it. Read More
plug the speakers in and if necessary download a driver or if there are built in speakers go to sound settings --------------------- Connect a pair of speakers of headphones to the audio jack at the back (usually) of your computer. If there is no jack, you will need to install a 'sound card' available at most major computer retailers. Read More
An airline adapter is for use of modern headphones. Older planes and headphones used 2 mono audio jacks instead of 1 stereo jack. The adapter brings the 2 mono jacks into 1 stereo jack, so that modern headphones can be used on board the plane. Read More
One of the types of headphones used to listen to audio from an iPhone is the Apple headphones that come with the phone. Another is the wrap around style of headphone that is used for exercise. Read More
Nobody, headphones for other uses already existed and audio cards for computers already existed, it was just a matter of adding a headphone jack to the audio card and plug in standard COTS headphones. Read More
Sound port is a jack that usually has a sound output and input connectors which are used to connect headphones, speakers and microphone to a computer. Laptop and computer have different combinations of audio port. Read More
you need to buy and install an rf adaptor Read More
Check the settings. Most likely speakers/audio chipset will be disabled in the audio settings. Read More
You would need a cable with a socket at one end - to connect your headphones, and two plugs at the other - to match the audio socket on each device. Read More
How do you fix your sound when you plug a head phone but then when you take it out it doesnt work wWhy?
Because the connector from your headphones is not in the socket, therefore the audio current cannot travel to your headphone speakers, and the headphone will not emit any noise. Read More
You can turn on your monitor's speakers by inserting the audio jack into its audio-in port. If no audio is heard, ensure your computer's system volume is turned up. Read More
How do you use speakers on ps3 slim without a tv as a go between reason i'm using a projector and it has no built in speakers?
You need more than just speakers. A Stereo System's Aux input might work to jury rig something that you can plug the Audio output from the PS3 and play the sound through your stereo. You could also try a Home theater system. A Sony PS3 stereo headphones set will allow you to hear the sound and also has a mic Read More
Powered speakers have an amp between the audio source and the speakers. Non-powered speakers have the amp located in the audio source. Speakers are usually called powered if they are sold with an amplifier either attached to the speakers or physically near the speakers. Read More
Your case has front panel audio and mic but doesn't cut audio from main speakers when you insert headphone jack in front panel?
The audio signal to the speakers are not cut off since the connection to the front panel and speakers are in parallel. Read More
If by this you mean how does the audio quality compare between the iPod and the iPad, the iPad has better speakers, however the quality is the same using headphones or an external portable speaker. Read More
(assuming you have a somewhat functioning pc already) 1) Sound card 2) Audio output device (ie. speakers, headphones, etc...) Read More