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Onboard or IEM problem , solution?

Sounds like a grounding issue maybe, does the headphone plug fit all the way into the jack in the front? If so re-seat your audio header and make sure its on the right pins.

I think I know what's the problem .. dusts.. I open my side panel ( where my audio jack is at ) and saw quite some dust there , cleaned it and now it works fine .

 

 

They're mostly the same thing.

Ah , okay , I didnt know that , thanks .

 

Does the IEM have a microphone? The front jack might not like that and is causing some problems.

Nope , but my problem is fixed , for now , probably caused by my laziness ..

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Hi , I'll try to keep my post as short as possible.

 

-So whenever I plug in my IEM to my front audio jack , i can hardly hear any voice , only music and they sound pretty bad . However , it sounds fine when I plug it into my rear IO but sometimes I can hear fan sounds coming from my IEM if I use my rear IO jack .

 

-I then went to plug my speakers into my front audio jack and it actually can play the music normally .

 

-I thought it was my IEM problem , but when I used my IEM with my ipad , it sounds fine . Honestly , I just want a solution to this , I cant get a new soundcard because I have no pcie slot left , so im wondering if a DAC can help my situation , or else i'll have to get an external sound card ?

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Sounds like a grounding issue maybe, does the headphone plug fit all the way into the jack in the front? If so re-seat your audio header and make sure its on the right pins.


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im wondering if a DAC can help my situation , or else i'll have to get an external sound card ?

 

They're mostly the same thing.

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Posted · Original PosterOP · Best Answer

Sounds like a grounding issue maybe, does the headphone plug fit all the way into the jack in the front? If so re-seat your audio header and make sure its on the right pins.

I think I know what's the problem .. dusts.. I open my side panel ( where my audio jack is at ) and saw quite some dust there , cleaned it and now it works fine .

 

 

They're mostly the same thing.

Ah , okay , I didnt know that , thanks .

 

Does the IEM have a microphone? The front jack might not like that and is causing some problems.

Nope , but my problem is fixed , for now , probably caused by my laziness ..

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