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Many people are faced with a problemplay sound in the headphones when they are connected to the laptop: the sound is simply not audible. The main cause of the problem is the wrong port and the uninstalled sound driver.
The procedure for connecting headphones to a laptop is no different from the process of connecting them to a stationary computer. Disadvantages can only cause an excellent number of sockets for connectors.
On all modern computer sound cardsthere is a 3.5 mm jack that is used to connect a microphone, headphones and, optionally, speakers. In a laptop, as in a stationary computer, there may be one or more nests.
If the jack is one, then there is no choice - you just need to use it.
If there are several nests, you need to see whyeach of them is adapted. Usually, the sockets are highlighted (for headphones - green, for a microphone - pink) or by the designation (the image of headphones).
How to connect headphones to a laptop?
For the system to recognize the headphones and outputthrough them sound, you need to install a sound driver. The widely used driver is Realtek High Defenition Audio, it works in the Windows and Linux operating systems environment. It can be downloaded on the official website of Realtek.
After installing the driver, you can insert a plugheadphones into the corresponding socket. A warning should appear on the computer to recognize the new audio device. From the list, select the headphones and confirm the connection.
If there are no headphones in the list that appears, but there is a microphone or line input - check if the correct socket is selected.