or another program. you need to run a sound test to see where the real problem lies you can merge the two sounds together instead by having a reversed split and merge set up.
cables, in/in adadter/ splitter set backwards
in/in adapter splitter set normal,
there is a capacitor or a resistor you must have to make it balanced.
I have a 2:1 speaker setup to my laptop (i.e. a subwoofer and 2 satellites) and one of the satellites is bad, so I've only been using the subwoofer and the left satellite. But the problem is that when I play certain audio on my computer, the audio is output as stereo, so that some of it is supposed to come out the left speaker and some out of the right speaker, and I only hear half of it. Is there a way to force Windows to output all sound to both speakers instead of dividing it between the two? I tried switching the output in the control panel to "Laptop mono speakers" but that didn't work. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!