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Old July 9th, 2020, 06:57 PM
GwenButler GwenButler is offline
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Stereo Cables Not Consistently Delivering Stereo Sound via Headphone Port

Greetings,
I sincerely hope this finds everyone in good health and spirits during these very trying times.

I am communicating my dilemma even though my solution may require hardware replacement support for my computer headphone port.

I have a significant number of cables that appear to have a stereo design (double rings on the end of its connection) however, not all of these cables are delivering a stereo sound when my music is played. I am now down to one cable that works all of the time and I need to resolve this issue ASAP. Thanks in advance for any and all feedback.

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Old July 10th, 2020, 09:14 AM
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Re: Stereo Cables Not Consistently Delivering Stereo Sound via Headphone Port

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Greetings,
I sincerely hope this finds everyone in good health and spirits during these very trying times.

I am communicating my dilemma even though my solution may require hardware replacement support for my computer headphone port.

I have a significant number of cables that appear to have a stereo design (double rings on the end of its connection) however, not all of these cables are delivering a stereo sound when my music is played. I am now down to one cable that works all of the time and I need to resolve this issue ASAP. Thanks in advance for any and all feedback.

Stay Safe! <3,
The Karaoke Queen
Need a little more info. When you say not all of the cables are delivering stereo sound, do you mean the signal cuts out? Not sure what you mean. The cables can be tested for continuity if you think they may be bad. A simple check with a inexpensive multi-meter will work. Another suspect problem is the small headphone out jack on your computer where I assume you plug your stereo cable to feed your mixer. These jacks are kind of delicate and it is not uncommon for them to start acting up. An alternative would be to use an external sound device that is fed via a usb cable and then from the device to your mixer with the same cables you are presently using. These devices are inexpensive and can be found on Amazon for example.
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