Explore the different audio connectors on a PC. Match audio input connector colors to the proper device. Learn to configure stereo and surroundsound speakers, connect headphones, configure volume settings in Windows, and access audio input and output soft
- [Instructor] Audio output has been available…since the first computers.…Back then, a bell attached to the teletype…was the computer's audio output device.…In fact, even today, control code G,…or ASCII seven, is called the bell.…When your computer beeps,…it's that antique bell output you hear.…In this movie, I cover the audio…input and output device.…Covered are audio electronics, ports,…and external hardware, the microphone and speakers,…plus configuration of these items in Windows.…
Audio hardware comes with all PCs.…It's integrated into the motherboard.…These electronics are actually quite sophisticated.…For example, all PCs support a MIDI synthesizer,…though it's not used much today.…Instead, audio hardware drives input and output,…and on some PCs it even provides surround sound features.…An internal speaker can be found…either on the motherboard directly,…or as a separate speaker attached inside the computer box.…That's the default speaker should you not…attach any external speakers to your computer.…
External audio is added by using…
This course is designed to provide a detailed introduction to PC hardware and peripherals. The fundamentals of storage, processing, graphics, audio, displays, and networks are covered. Whether you're a budding IT professional or someone who seeks a deeper understanding of how devices works, you can gain a foundation of help desk knowledge by examining the steps and techniques demonstrated in this course.
- Looking inside the computer console
- Working with connectors and connections
- Exploring the motherboard
- Working with internal and external storage
- Working with processors
- Examining memory and expansion cards
- Configuring the graphics system
- Working with monitors and touch screens
- Accessing audio
- Exploring printer types
- Connecting and configuring the printer
- Making network connections
- Setting up gateways
- Sharing network resources
- Activating and deactivating Bluetooth
Skill Level Beginner
1. Hardware Overview
2. Console Tour
3. Internal Features
Preparing mass storage6m 55s
5. PC Graphics System
6. Input/Output Devices
7. Printers and Printing
Exploring printer types3m 19s
9. Bluetooth and Bluetooth Peripherals
Understanding Bluetooth3m 10s
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