How do I run all my sound through just my left speaker


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    How do I run all my sound through just my left speaker


    Ive come to the conclusion ive blown my right speaker as it is hardout crackling and nothing ive done changes it. I was wondering how can I send all my sound to the left speaker. I tried changing the levels but all that does is turn off the right speaker i dont get the sounds that should be going to the right speaker coming through the left which is what i want to do. Is there a way to do this please help.
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  2. Posts : 151
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    You can configure through the sound manager application of your system. For instance, if your system uses a Realtek HD Audio, you can configure the speaker using Realtek HD Audio Manager.
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  3. Berton's Avatar
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    Private said:
    You can configure through the sound manager application of your system. For instance, if your system uses a Realtek HD Audio, you can configure the speaker using Realtek HD Audio Manager.
    Right, look for a slidebar that is used to balance the sound between left and right.
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    Private said:
    You can configure through the sound manager application of your system. For instance, if your system uses a Realtek HD Audio, you can configure the speaker using Realtek HD Audio Manager.
    Yes my laptop has realtek how do i find the manager?
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  5. Posts : 151
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    robsosich said:
    Yes my laptop has realtek how do i find the manager?
    Look into Control Panel, the following video link shows the example.

    How to simply fix the microphone quality with Realtek HD Audio hardware on Windows Vista,7,& 8
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  6. Fafhrd's Avatar
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    I don't think you can set Realtek control panel to give a mono output (i.e. left + right) through the left channel only. The cheapest alternative is probably to pick up a replacement speaker, or get a replacement driver (bare speaker, not software) to replace the blown unit in the right speaker enclosure.
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  7. Berton's Avatar
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    Fafhrd said:
    The cheapest alternative is probably to pick up a replacement speaker, or get a replacement driver (bare speaker, not software) to replace the blown unit in the right speaker enclosure.
    Kinda hard to do on a Notebook/Laptop.
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  8. Winuser's Avatar
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    Unless there is a option to set the audio to mono I don't think they can do what they want. They could try external speakers to see if it is the speaker in the laptop.
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