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Windows 7: REALTEK|using front speakers through rear output jack - possible?

21 Dec 2014   #1
Supdoc

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REALTEK|using front speakers through rear output jack - possible?

hi

Every time I wanna use speakers instead headphones,I have to use the same headphones output (green one - back panel), and therefor to disconnect and connect cables.. not very comfortable

I've tried to use the black output, and it worked, but only as a 'rear speakers', both left and right channels worked!

Is it possible to make the rear black output to work as FRONT speakers ?? this way ill be able to have both speakers and headphones available at the same time

In other simple words:Can I use rear speakers as FRONTS ?(when connector to the black rear output)

BTW;I don't wanna use the front panel, only the back panel

Thank you!


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21 Dec 2014   #2
fireberd

Windows 10 64 bit
 
 

Easiest way would be to use an external speaker switch, since you do not want to use the conventional method with the front panel headphone jack.

With an external switch you could select either the speakers or headphone.

I don't know what sound you have but the only option is RealTek audio is to mute or not mute the speakers when a headset is plugged into the front panel headphone jack. There's no way, that I know of, to route primary audio to some other jack.
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21 Dec 2014   #3
Supdoc

win7
 
 

It's kinda stupid that we can't use the rear-out for front speakers, hardware-wise it has right/left channels anyway, so it's only a matter of quick software/driver codding

I guess I'll just connect the speakers to the front panel

Thank you
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