The sound plays fine through the speakers. And my sound card has a speaker-test utility that makes sound come from each speaker one-at-a-time, so I can verify that the headphones really do have all the channels that they claim. Using Realtek High Definition Audio. Nothing has changed (I believe). For more detail, this is how I got it back to work with no new drivers. But … Spykezxp Posts: 296 +73. For the spoken word, it just comes through very quietly, no matter if the headphone volume is set to max on the computer. Selecting “Sound” on the “All Control Panel Items” shows “Realtek High Definition Audio” as the default device. The vocals sounded like they were far away and any music sounded like it was under water. I've plugged them into the phone and they work and I've tried another set of headphones into my pc and sound Distorted as well. Using a crossfeed filter will alleviate this somewhat, but IMO crossfeed filters collapse the soundstage too much. I can't seem to find a solution, although it seems to be something very specific to the output … I took out my headphones and plugged them into my iPod Touch, experienced the SAME problem. I got things working again by adjusting the Surround Sound / Stereo settings. Just recently, when I try to play a game, half the audio is correct. With the headphones plugged into the computer the sound is very soft and garbled to a point of not being able to understand what is said. Headphones sound like they are underwater About a month ago, Windows 10 installed while everyone sleeped. If music is played through headphones, it is distorted sounding like 80s electronica music with echo. But the thing is that it was working perfectly fine before. (His voice sounds distant on my GS2000e.) When I try to watch a video, the music works but the audio sounds like its underwater. For some reason, sound coming from my earphones sounds as though they're coming from the back when I plug it into my laptop but also when I plug it into my phone to listen to music. Sound problem with using Headphones Windows 10. Noone wanted it, but it worked fine. Using my headphones with iPhone 4 the sound was completely distorted. Same issue (muffled sounds, especially voice) after upgrade to Windows 10. Both sound fine when there are no phones plugged in. If I change my Windows "Speaker Setup" to "5.1 Surround Sound Speakers", I can now hear the voices coming from the Center Channel, which I couldn't hear before with my regular stereo headphones. I … For Bad, the chorus will sound significantly louder than Michael's voice due to the stereo effect. However it … I deleted and redownloaded my Pandora App., restarted my phone and had the same problem. The speakers sound alright but the headphones don't. The usb-connected speakers work fine. The sound on my headphones is very distorted. And it's not just this set of earphones either. The headphones work if not plugged into the computer. I tried two other sets and they all have the same result so now I'm wondering whether it's my earphones or if it's … I've also used a second pair of headphones on my computer and the sound was flawed in this case aswell. … I would really appreciate someone to find a solution ( sorry for the … This is a symptom of headphones with an ultra-wide soundstage. Hello , my headphones started sound very od but I don't know the reason , I've tried restarting , restoring , uninstalling audio driver , nothing. The rest sounds like its underwater, or the sound isn't there. Worked fine in Win 8.1 previously. 1.