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How do I swap audio output of the left and right speakers?

New computer came with realtek hd audio and headphone speakers are wrong on all times of headphones, left is right, right is left. Have Asus m4a88td-m motherboard. Have windows 7 ultimate. Haven't found a fix yet.

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marked as duplicate by Sathya, random Sep 25 '10 at 21:32

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Maybe it's just me - but why does this matter? – hotei Sep 25 '10 at 20:19
@hotei - I don't know about you but I can definitely make out if the left channel sounds were coming on the right and vice-versa – Sathya Sep 25 '10 at 20:51
Maybe watching a movie on PC I guess I could tell it. I use in-ear earbuds and I would just swap em so it never occurred to me. – hotei Sep 26 '10 at 1:41
It does matter when you need it to get positional cues in a tridimensional space, like when you are a gamer or do advanced audio editing. I do and it's a pain to have the cord between me and the keyboard. I've thought about cordless headphones, but I'm yet to find one with good sound quality and no delay. – quarkex Nov 21 '14 at 17:37

Ignore what the headphones say and put them on backwards.

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+1 for lateral thinking :D – RJFalconer Sep 25 '10 at 20:28

Have you installed your motherboard's audio drivers?

There isn't a way to do this within windows. Check your driver utility's settings.

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