Normally, when you play audio or video in Windows 11, the operating system splits the sound between the left and right channel, which we know as stereo sound. But if you only have one speaker working, you won’t hear some sounds from the video or some instruments from the music.
There are many reasons why you may need to know how to use Windows 11 mono audio. For example, one of the speakers has stopped working, or you are sharing the phone with someone and you both need to hear all the sounds being played.
In this post, we will guide you through the necessary steps to know how to turn on mono audio in Windows 11.
How to play mono audio in Windows 11
To hear all sounds on all speaker channels, follow the steps below:
- Open Settings.
- Click System.
- Click the Sound page.
- Find the Output section.
- Activate the Mono audio toggle switch.
After following the steps above, the stereo sound will be converted to mono in Windows 11, playing all sounds on a single side of the headphone or speaker.
Learn how to set up mono audio in Windows 11 to play all video or music sounds on a single side of your headphone or speaker.
So, follow our steps and let us know in the comments if mono audio worked correctly on Windows 11.