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    If you have only one speaker or headphone, in this guide, we'll show you the steps to use mono audio to hear everything.
    On Windows 11, when you play any content (such as video or music), the system will split the sound into different channels, which means that if you happen to have only one speaker or headphone, you won't hear some sounds.
    However, if you happen to have a single listening peripheral, Windows 11 includes a feature to convert a stereo sound into a single channel (or mono audio) to help you hear everything from one speaker or headphone.

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    12-28-2021 07:11 AM

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