The sound that comes out of my earphones sound distorted

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Hi experts,

I am trying to listen to some music from my sound card I had just bought the other day. However, the sound that comes out of my earphones sound distorted. What could be the issue here? I have tried using new speakers but there is no change. I would appreciate an honest answer.

Thanks.

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Best Answer by adams greenes
Answered By 0 points N/A #155208

The sound that comes out of my earphones sound distorted

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Hi SD,

You are using earphones from your cell phone right? Earphones from cell phones have a different jack. This results in very poor and inaudible sound.

Here's how to fix it:

* Got to your speaker properties.

* Then click on "levels" tab.

* Click on Balance.

* Then place the L – slider to zero "0".

* And place the R – slider to 100.

Hope this helps.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #155209

The sound that comes out of my earphones sound distorted

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Hello there,

I see two ways to solve the problem follow these steps mate.

One way is:

1. Go to your 'Windows start menu' icon' and click Control Panel to open.

2. Go to "Sound' icon and double click it.

3. In the 'Playback' tab select your device that appears.

4. After selecting your Sound Device click on Properties.

5. Go to 'Enhancement tab" and check to see if the enhancements were disabled or not disable it. (If it's not working then uncheck it back. It won't hurt anything).

6. Then go to "levels" tab and set the speaker volume lower.

Another way is:

1. In your desktop view, right click the speaker icon in the icon tray found bottom right on your desktop.

2. Find your device and crank down the level.

Else, there could have been a compatibility issue, check to see if your computer is compatible with your sound card, by reading your Soundcard’s manual.

Answered By 0 points N/A #155210

The sound that comes out of my earphones sound distorted

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Try to right-click the volume icon in your tray, and then click on Adjust Audio Properties. Check on all the settings under the Audio tab. If that doesn't work, under the hardware tab, click the Troubleshoot button to troubleshoot the issue.

Select the problem you are encountering, and then click Next on each window until you finish troubleshooting the problem.

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