Listening to music while at your desktop is a good way to pass the time and explore new genres. You may sit closer to one speaker than the other, have a hearing deficiency in one ear or have a wall on one side reflecting more sound towards you. In any case, you can compensate per audio device for the imbalance on a Windows computer without altering other settings.
1Click the Start button, and select "Control Panel."
2Click the "Hardware and Sound" option. Click the "Sound" option in the window that appears.
3Click "Properties," then the "Levels" tab. Each installed audio device has separate volume control and a "Balance" button. Click on this.
4Click on the slider for the device you wish to adjust. Hold down on the mouse key as you move the slider left and right.
- Remember that if you lower the volume completely from the system tray, balance settings for that device reset to the defaults.