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Unbalanced volume on speakers

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#1 numberofthebeast


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Posted 30 September 2017 - 03:09 AM

Hi. I switched the playback sound device speakers to headphones then revert back to speakers again yesterday. I noticed that left speaker was louder than right despite windows volume controls shows they're equal(speaker properties--levels--audio output). Then i reinstalled the audio drivers and this time right was louder than left. I applied these solutions and none of them worked(sometimes left is louder than right or vice versa):


1/Completely uninstall and reinstall audio drivers and realtek audio tools. I tried different drivers.


2/Disabling all playback devices except speakers


3/Disabling all sound enhancements(windows speaker properties)


4/Trying all audio default formats(speaker properties---->advanced)


5/Trying both relatek audio manager advanced settings there's 2 settings on device advanced settings tab.  "mute the rear audio device when a front headphone plugged in" and "make front and rear audio devices playback two different audio streams simultaneously .


6/ I tried both of realtek audio manager connector settings (AC97 and HD front panel) If i choose AC97 right speaker is louder than left. If i choose HD Audio Front panel there's no volume on right speaker. 



What should i do to resolve this? Is there any values that i tweak/delete in registry

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