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Touchscreen all-in-one desktop computer, released October 13, 2009.

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How do I turn the volume up on my touchsmart 610?

My Touchsmart 610 works fine, but I can't hear anything. How do I make it work so I can hear vidoes, YouTubes, etc?

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Setting up speakers and sound

Your HP Touch computer supports the following speaker options:

  • Built-in analog stereo speakers (default)
  • Analog 2.0 or 2.1 powered speakers
  • Digital 3.1, 4.1, or 5.1 powered speakers
  • Audio receiver

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When connecting external speakers use powered speakers - speakers that plug into a power outlet or use batteries.

When the Audio line in connector is being used, the output to the internal speakers, the Audio line out connector, and the headphones connector are affected. For example, if you are playing sound through your internal speakers and then you connect an MP3 device through your Audio line in connector, you will hear both sounds.

Connecting analog speakersFor 2.0 (stereo) powered speakers, connect the left and right speakers cable to the Audio line out connector on the back of the computer behind the connector cover.For 2.1 (stereo and subwoofer) powered speakers, connect the subwoofer cable to the Audio line out connector on the back of the computer behind the connector cover, and then connect the left and right speakers cable to the subwoofer. Turn on the computer and then the speaker system. If necessary, refer to the documentation that came with your speakers.   NOTE:The internal speakers are muted when headphones are connected,.

Connecting and Enabling digital speakers or an audio receiverConnect 3.1, 4.1, or 5.1 digital speakers or an audio receiver to the SPDIF line out (orange) connector on the back of the computer behind the connector cover, and then use the following procedure to enable the speakers or audio receiver. If necessary, refer to the instructions that came with your speakers or audio receiver.   NOTE:When SPDIF is connected, you can switch to the internal speakers without unplugging the SPDIF line out.To enable digital speakers or an audio receiver, use the Realtek HD Audio Manager software that came with the computer.Tap Start , and type Realtek in the Search box. Tap Realtek HD Audio Manager in the search results.In the Digital Output area, select the Default button.Figure : SPDIF interface default selection   NOTE:To switch back to the internal speakers after the digital speakers are enabled, select the Default button in the Internal Speaker area. Simply turning off the external speakers does not enable the internal speakers; the internal speaker setting must be selected.Configure the sound to your preferences by tapping the  Advanced button.

Adjusting speaker VolumeYour HP Touch computer has several ways to adjust the speaker volume. You can use the volume controls on the side of the computer or the Microsoft Volume icon on the taskbar; or, if you are using digital speakers, you can also adjust the volume by using SoundMAX.Use the Volume buttons on the right side of the computer.Use the Microsoft Volume icon on the taskbar:Press and hold (or with the mouse, right-click) the Volume icon, and then select Open Volume Mixer. The Volume Mixer settings window opens.Figure : Volume mixer windowTo adjust the volume for HP TouchSmart programs (Notes, Music, and Video), be sure to adjust both the speaker volume, and the HP TouchSmart program volume. Scroll to the right in the Applications area to see them all.When you are satisfied with the sound level, tap the Close button (the X in the upper-right corner) to close this window.If you have digital speakers, you can also use the Realtek audio software to adjust the volume and perform sound balance testing.   NOTE:You can also adjust the sound recording level for the built-in microphone array in this window.

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c0...



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