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Can you make the output audio on one of the headphone jacks louder than the other jack?

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Basically what I want to do is have the first audio jack at say 65% and the second at 50% for example. Is this possible? Using Windows 7
    
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Basically what I want to do is have the first audio jack at say 65% and the second at 50% for example. Is this possible? Using Windows 7

Yep!

Right click your volume icon in the systray

Choose "playback devices"

double click each one and set the "levels"

That should be what you're after!
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Yep!
Right click your volume icon in the systray
Choose "playback devices"
double click each one and set the "levels"
That should be what you're after!

Nah not what I meant, that makes 1 speaker louder than the other (or headphones). When I plug in 2 headphones into my computer in their own jacks, I want one of the headphones to be louder than the other. Sorry I'm not very good at trying to explain things
    
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Ah, on mine I have a list of all the inputs. When I go to "levels" in the menu I have a volume slider for that output (and there's a button to take me to the balance between speakers separately) There's also sliders for the other jacks (line-in, auxiliary etc) that changes the different volumes coming through them.

Ah well, sorry couldn't help! Good luck!
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If you have Realtek you can adjust each output in there, and in Windows, you can go into Sound in the Control Panel, but I'm quite sure that Windows (or Realtek) won't allow two devices to be used at the same time, unless you have already passed this problem.
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