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Both Headphone Jacks giving muffled/incomplete sound

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#1 OliverHasQuestions


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Posted 07 April 2018 - 07:08 AM

Suddenly yesterday my front audio jack started basically giving muffled and inconsistent sounds on all of my audio.


So I tried the extra sound card (that I've never touched) at the back with the same results.


The weird thing is my speaker slot gives perfect audio with my headphones so I have absolutely no idea what the problem is. I find it hard to believe 2 different audio jacks, one of which I've never used before both have the exact same problem at the same time, but for some reason I can use the 3rd.


Has anyone got a clue what this is or how I can fix it?

Edited by OliverHasQuestions, 07 April 2018 - 07:09 AM.

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