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Windows 7: Realtek Audio and Speaker Conflict?

31 Jul 2016   #1

Windows 7 Professional x64
Realtek Audio and Speaker Conflict?

Hi, I'm new to these forums and I've been searching everywhere for help with my Problem but nothimg seems to work.

I'll start with my setup:
  • VGA to VGA for my Display
  • 3.5mm Aux cord from my PC Audio Out to my TV's PC Audio Line In

I have Realtek HD Audio Manager Installed. Whenever I go to Control Panel>Sound>Manage Audio Devices, Realtek has the Green bar moving up and down to indicate sound however the speakers have nothing. Note that I do have iTunes running and playing Music. Here is a screenshot of the Realtek and Speakers thing. Let me also add that I'm not very Tech Savvy. If needed I can provide more screenshots of whatever you may need and thank you to anyone who can help

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01 Aug 2016   #2

Windows 10 64 bit

You need to set the "Speakers" as the Default Playback Device, assuming your 3.5mm connection is to the Green speaker jack. In your screen shot, the Digital (Possibly S/PDIF) output is selected.
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