Windows 10: How can I ser different audio levels for headphones and built-in speakers?

Discus and support How can I ser different audio levels for headphones and built-in speakers? in Windows 10 Ask Insider to solve the problem; I had that feature earlier in my laptop but it was gone when I reset my laptop recently. I didn't install any program earlier to do that submitted by... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Ask Insider' started by /u/theanreddy, Oct 29, 2019.

  1. How can I ser different audio levels for headphones and built-in speakers?


    I had that feature earlier in my laptop but it was gone when I reset my laptop recently. I didn't install any program earlier to do that

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    /u/theanreddy, Oct 29, 2019
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  2. Mala_S Win User

    Move audio to one side for speakers but not headphones

    Hello J1mmyth3F1sh,

    Thank you for writing to Microsoft Community Forums.

    • Is your headphones getting detected in the Playback settings?
    • Are you trying to play the audio on both Speakers and Headphones at the same time?

    Ideally, if you have configured Sound settings to play on your left speakers, the same goes with the headphones. The sound starts playing only on the left side of your headphones according to the settings changed.

    Meanwhile, we can try configuring the headphones and change the balance level in the sound settings and see if it works. Kindly check with the steps listed below and see if it helps.

    Method : Run audio test for your headphones.

    • Open Control Panel from the Start menu and click on
      Sound.
    • In the Sound window, click on your
      Headphones and select Configure option at the bottom left.
    • By running the test, check if both sides of your headphones are working fine.

    If that doesn’t help, I would suggest you to check with the audio balance by following the steps listed below:

    • Open Sound settings from
      Control Panel,
      and right click on the Headphones to open its
      Properties.
    • Click on Levels tab and select
      Balance
      button. In the Balance window, you can use the slider to balance both left and right headphones equally.

    However, I commend and appreciate you for recognizing this behavior. This is a valuable suggestion as there may be other users with a similar requirement. Hence, I suggest you to leave a
    Feedback for this product so
    that our developer team can look into this and check if it can be implemented in the future updates.

    Regards,

    Mala S

    Microsoft Community - Moderator
     
    Mala_S, Oct 29, 2019
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  3. Ryan Fra Win User
    No Speakers or Headphones detected

    Hi,

    This issue may have been caused by a corrupted Audio driver or defective audio port.

    To better understand this concern please answer the following questions:

    • Are you still able to play music using a built-in speakers?
    • Have you tried using other headphones or external speakers?

    We also suggest that you run audio troubleshooter by following these steps:

    • Type "troubleshooting" on the search box.
    • Select Troubleshooting on the result.
    • Click View all.
    • Choose Playing Audio then follow the instructions.

    If you need further assistance, don't hesitate to post back.
     
    Ryan Fra, Oct 29, 2019
    #3
  4. How can I ser different audio levels for headphones and built-in speakers?

    Volumes in my laptop speaker and headphones are at different levels

    The sound volume in my laptop speaker and headphones are at different levels. For example if I have a
    speaker volume at 20%, then I plug in the headphones, it could be something like 70%. When I disconnect the headphones, the speaker volume gets back to 20%
     
    Karl HarrisonL, Oct 29, 2019
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