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Windows 7: I have to reverse my speakers position. (L is at R and vice versa)

21 Oct 2010   #11

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it doesn't make any sound.
You have amplified speakers correct? Turn them up a bit, you should hear something out of the left side when you touch the tip of the speaker plug.

Ap
yea I hear the popping noises in my left speaker, I have to turn it to max volume to hear it.
Ok, so your speakers are good and wired correctly, so it's software.

Don't know what to tell you as I've never had this problem, I kind of assumed it had to be the speakers because it was the same way under XP. Was that on a different computer system, or the same system upgraded to Windows 7?

Ap


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21 Oct 2010   #12

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Aphelion View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by imeem View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Aphelion View Post

You have amplified speakers correct? Turn them up a bit, you should hear something out of the left side when you touch the tip of the speaker plug.

Ap
yea I hear the popping noises in my left speaker, I have to turn it to max volume to hear it.
Ok, so your speakers are good and wired correctly, so it's software.

Don't know what to tell you as I've never had this problem, I kind of assumed it had to be the speakers because it was the same way under XP. Was that on a different computer system, or the same system upgraded to Windows 7?

Ap
completely different computers. Also this happens with my other speakers too. I'll try putting the speakers in the right position again and see the problem.
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25 Oct 2010   #13

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 

I tried playing BC2 and CoD4 with the speakers in the right position;I can't tell if the gun noise is from far away or up close. Also the sounds are reversed for me (just like I mentioned on my first post.)

However, When I use my earphones or headphones everything sounds right.
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