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i can not hear voice in my speaker

Posted on 2011-03-09
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i can not hear voice in my speaker, however when i am doing a test to my speaker at program "Realtek HD Audio Manager" i am abaling to hear but when i am running a video in the internet or from disk no sound
 please advice
thanks
nir
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Question by:gvilbis
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alagurjan earned 84 total points
ID: 35083494
Check the output mode of your speaker in Realtek HD Audio Manager and your media player
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by:gvilbis
ID: 35083892
when i am doing a voice test to my earphone its working fine but can not hear movies or vedio movies in the internet
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by:RobMobility
RobMobility earned 416 total points
ID: 35084476
Hi,

Make sure that the RealTek HD Audio manager is your default playback device.

Regards,


RobMobility.
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by:RobMobility
RobMobility earned 416 total points
ID: 35084510
Hi,

Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Sound - make sure Speakers (Realtek High Definition Audio) has a green tick next to it. If not, right-click and select set as default device.

Restart any media clips/movies etc.

Regards,


RobMobility.
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by:gvilbis
ID: 35084948
Hi,

i have windows XP profesional
i do not see in control panel "Hardware and Sound"  there is "Sound and Audio device" i look at the properties and i did not see any place where i can mark to green ticket

please see attach print screen of my settings

thanks
nir
speaker.JPG
speaker-2.JPG
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by:RobMobility
RobMobility earned 416 total points
ID: 35085034
Hi,

On XP, you need to go to:

Control Panel -> Sound and Audio Devices

And set the RealTek Audio device as the default.

Regards,


RobMobility.
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by:gvilbis
ID: 35085574
in "Sound and Audio device" --> Sound Playback i have "NVIDIA HDMI Audio Wave" choosen
i do not have other sound playback to choose from list only this
, how do i set Realtek Audio device?

Thanks
Nir
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by:RobMobility
RobMobility earned 416 total points
ID: 35093275
Hi,

Are you using speakers or the sound from your monitor/TV? How are they connected to each other?

Regards,


RobMobility.
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by:gvilbis
ID: 35120015
I am using speakers (or earphone) connected seperatly to the computer, the sound does not coming from the monitor

Thanks
Nir
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by:RobMobility
RobMobility earned 416 total points
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Hi

I am afraid I don't have XP to hand so cannot help anymore at the moment.

Try upgrading your RealTek audio drivers - it looks like the spearker connection is not being detected and therefore you are not able to select it anymore?

Regards,


RobMobility.
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by:gvilbis
ID: 35344831
sorry but general answers which not lead me to solution
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