Adjusting the Left and Right speaker volume for Windows Vista's or 7's speakers properties
Adjusting the right and Left Speaker volume level in Windows Vista or 7 is useful for VCDs (video CDs) and Media that have different languages on the right and left speaker sound channel. In Windows Vista and 7, you can't use the basic sound controls found in the system tray to adjust the speaker left and right balance properties. You can only change the sound volume or mute your speakers. You have to go to your Windows Control Panel's Sound Properties Speaker Properties to adjust the sound balance for your Left and Right Speakers to change the volume balance for them. Some sound Cards like RealTek, Cmedia, and Creative come with a 3rd-party sound controlling software which let's you change the left and right balance for the speakers in your system tray from their 3rd-party software.
Step 1. Right click on the Speaker button on the Task bar on the Lower Right of the screen.
Step 2. Select Playback Devices
Step 3. Click on Speakers
Step 4. Click on Properties on the lower right of the window.
Step 5. Use your left Button on your mouse to select Levels on the Speaker Properties box.
Step 6. Click the left button on your mouse on the Balance button for the output device.
Step 7. Move the sliders by clicking on the volume buttons. Move it left to make the volume quieter, and move it right to make it louder.
Step 7. Lastly press OK.