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RBTS

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My headphones have been acting up for a while where the sound on the left side of my headphones is higher than the right side. Now, usually i'd just:

 

Right-click volume icon and go to -> Sound -> Playback -> Speakers -> Levels -> Balance

 

and just increase the R side to level the sound so it's the same on both sides of my headphones.

 

Well, this isn't working anymore. Now when i adjust either the L or R side; it just increases/decreases the levels for both sides and the left side of my headphones will stay louder. So when i increase/decrease the L side; volume goes up/down on both sides of my headphones and the same applies to the R balance slider.

 

Hope that explanation was clear and i'd muchly appreciate any help i can get.  :)


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 Hi RBTS and welcome to our forums.

:welcome:

 

Sorry to hear about the sound issues.

 

To try and identify if we are looking at a hardware or software/operating system problem, please borrow a known good working set of headphones and see if the problem is solved, if it is then its pointing towards software/operating system issues so at least we will know where to focus our attention.

 

As well as trying known working good headphones, please alo try a set of speakers.... any difference?

Regards

paws


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