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Do I have the balance correct os is it inversed?

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I am working on a widget.  I have balance sliders on my widget to adjust the balance of a sound sample.  I think I have the balance backward.  I cant tell Because Im using a pair of headphones that has no Left right indicator on them.  Here is my widget http://buttonbeats.com/smaller_sequenceBIG.html       play a sound and then use the balance slider to see if it goes to the correct speaker when you slide the slider.  
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Antonio Estrada earned 500 total points
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Seems ok from my end.

Nice widget!

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Thanx for the compliment.  
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