Sound Coming Out of the Wrong Speaker on Your PC?

Try This Quick Fix
Is your computer playing music or other audio from the wrong source? Here’s how to control the audio on your computer speakers.
You fire up your computer and crank the tunes, but instead of the music blasting from your speakers, it’s playing very quietly from your Bluetooth headphones across the room. If your PC isn’t playing sound from the correct speakers, there’s a quick fix—and a way to prevent it from happening in the future.
When you have multiple sound devices plugged into your computer at once, Windows has to pick one from which to play sound—and it doesn’t always pick the most obvious choice. For example, if you have a set of speakers hooked up to your computer and you plug in a new monitor over HDMI or DisplayPort, it may start playing audio from the monitor’s dinky built-in speakers, rather than the desktop speakers you have plugged in.
Thankfully, switching output devices is much easier in Windows 10 than it was in the old days. Just click on the sound icon in the bottom-right corner, click the text at the top of the pop-up that appears, and you should be greeted with a list of available output devices. Select the one you want, or—if you aren’t sure which listing corresponds to what set of speakers or headphones—try different options until the right one works. Read more on…pcmag