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Open Settings > System > Sound > Volume mixer and select your headphones from the Output device dropdown menu.

In the Realtek HD Audio Manager (RHAM) right click on the audio port you want to remap and you'll see the option to remap. Make sure the default Recording device (Control panel -> Hardware and Sound -> Manage audio devices -> Recording) is set to the Realtek Microphone.

Run the audio troubleshooter.

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Right-click the speaker icon in the system tray and select Sounds from the menu that pops up. . Select Start > Settings > System > Sound.

On the left menu, click Sound.

5 mm jack, so I can use Audacity to convert an old cassette tape to an MP3. Right-click the speaker icon in the system tray, and select Sounds. Check your speaker output.

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When you want to use headphones, just unplug the extension from.

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. CNET's Donald Bell shows how to switch the headphone jack on a 13-inch MacBook Pro into an audio recording input suitable for stereo recording, instruments, or microphones.

Click Start, and then click Settings (gear icon). 1 Open the Control Panel (icons view), and clicktap on the Sound icon.

(Image credit Future) Under the "Output" section, click the Speakers.
In Input settings, look at Input volume while speaking into the microphone.
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Go to the Recording tab.

To choose which microphone or headset Discord should use, open the drop-down menu under Input Device.

In the top section, labeled Output, find the menu. Next, select the Also switch default device option. The default sound input device is the device that Windows uses to record or hear sound.

When you want to use headphones, just unplug the extension from. Right click Volume icon in System Tray at right end of task bar, Open Sound Settings, in dropdown menus at top make sure Headphones are selected. In Input settings, look at Input volume while speaking into the microphone. 3. . Verify that all Windows Updates are installed.

To change the default sound recording device in Windows 8 or 8.

Under "ANALOG", change from "Headphone" to "Headset". Check your speaker output.

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In the Realtek HD Audio Manager (RHAM) right click on the audio port you want to remap and you'll see the option to remap.

If the damage is inside the cable, though, you will need to pinpoint the location before you can get started.