can i bypass my laptop speakers?

  scooby79 19:03 05 Jul 06

I think i have blown my internal laptop speakers. The sound is all distorted when i play music. Films is ok but music is a no no. And i want to try and feed the sound straight thru into the external speakers....? please help me. my music is itching to be played!!! can i do this or does it need to go into the shop??

  Strawballs 19:05 05 Jul 06

You should be able to get speakers that plug straight into the ear phone socket

  scooby79 19:07 05 Jul 06

the speakers do connect into the earphone socket but the music is still distorted. I have ran test on soundcard and thats all fine. Someone said to me i need to bypass it by using the bios. But how do i access the bios?

  VoG II 19:09 05 Jul 06
  Fingees 19:12 05 Jul 06

You perhaps could borrow a pair of headphones to plug in, and check if it is still distorted.

If so, then whatever you do it will remain so, as there must be a fault on the card.

if OK, then you should be able to connect an amplified pair of speakers with no problem.

All the best.

  woodchip 19:38 05 Jul 06

Get some USB speakers, it will disable the onboard ones when you connect them. click here

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