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Sound from main speaker and headphone.

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#1
Greetings!

Most of you seems having problem on "no sound" but I am frustracting with
too many sound!

The volume control for main built-in speaker (AC'97) is perfect, but it
continue when I connects it with my headphone, so I have no way of enjoy my
own private music or conversation because both main speaker and headphone
have output of sound.

Going thru the device control, didn't see special icon for headphone too.

I had latest driver downloaded and the problem remain, any clues?

Thanks and best regards,
MingSen
 

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Mike Williams

#2
MSTAN wrote:
> Greetings!
>
> Most of you seems having problem on "no sound" but I am frustracting with
> too many sound!
>
> The volume control for main built-in speaker (AC'97) is perfect, but it
> continue when I connects it with my headphone, so I have no way of enjoy my
> own private music or conversation because both main speaker and headphone
> have output of sound.
>
> Going thru the device control, didn't see special icon for headphone too.
>
> I had latest driver downloaded and the problem remain, any clues?
>
> Thanks and best regards,
> MingSen
>


I guess you're plugging your headphone into your (front) CD output jack,
which bypasses the system controls.

If you want to switch between speakers and headphones, then they need to
be connected to the same REAR output, with a switch control such as used
by gamers.
 

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#3
Hi Mike,

I'm using HP Compaq Laptop NX5000, there is only one audio jack used for
headphone.

Anyone else had the problem like me?

"Mike Williams" wrote:

> MSTAN wrote:
> > Greetings!
> >
> > Most of you seems having problem on "no sound" but I am frustracting with
> > too many sound!
> >
> > The volume control for main built-in speaker (AC'97) is perfect, but it
> > continue when I connects it with my headphone, so I have no way of enjoy my
> > own private music or conversation because both main speaker and headphone
> > have output of sound.
> >
> > Going thru the device control, didn't see special icon for headphone too.
> >
> > I had latest driver downloaded and the problem remain, any clues?
> >
> > Thanks and best regards,
> > MingSen
> >

>
> I guess you're plugging your headphone into your (front) CD output jack,
> which bypasses the system controls.
>
> If you want to switch between speakers and headphones, then they need to
> be connected to the same REAR output, with a switch control such as used
> by gamers.
>
 

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M

Mike Williams

#4
I don't know the specifics for the laptop - have you read the manual,
consulted the HP website ...?

MSTAN wrote:
> Hi Mike,
>
> I'm using HP Compaq Laptop NX5000, there is only one audio jack used for
> headphone.
>
> Anyone else had the problem like me?
>
> "Mike Williams" wrote:
>
>> MSTAN wrote:
>>> Greetings!
>>>
>>> Most of you seems having problem on "no sound" but I am frustracting with
>>> too many sound!
>>>
>>> The volume control for main built-in speaker (AC'97) is perfect, but it
>>> continue when I connects it with my headphone, so I have no way of enjoy my
>>> own private music or conversation because both main speaker and headphone
>>> have output of sound.
>>>
>>> Going thru the device control, didn't see special icon for headphone too.
>>>
>>> I had latest driver downloaded and the problem remain, any clues?
>>>
>>> Thanks and best regards,
>>> MingSen
>>>

>> I guess you're plugging your headphone into your (front) CD output jack,
>> which bypasses the system controls.
>>
>> If you want to switch between speakers and headphones, then they need to
>> be connected to the same REAR output, with a switch control such as used
>> by gamers.
>>
 

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