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how to force MONO audio output?

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itay390

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Hello, I am in need of a forcing mono audio output to all the applications (games, video players, etc) but i cant find an option in the windows mixer for that.
unfortunately, my right speaker got broken, and it does not produce any sound. and only the left works. when i am in games and people are talking on the right i cant hear a thing unless i rotate my view to the right and they talk to me while they are in the left.
This thing is extremely annoying and i want to disable stereo output and force a mono audio output. how can I do that?
Thanks.


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Set the speaker setup to "Laptop Mono peaker" or any other "Mono" choice you might have. This is in Control Panel / Sounds and Audio Devices / Audio / Sound Playback / Advanced.

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midi2k6

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that's so easy without touching your computer.
CHANGE YOUR 3.5mm MONO JACK OF YOUR SPEAKER INPUTS




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