Bob McIsaac wrote:
A headphone plugged into a speaker line would blast
your ears because of the extreme difference
in sensitivity unless the jack switches in a series
resistor to reduce the level. If you notice poor low-freq
response in your phones, that implies it is a line jack
intended for an external speaker amplifier..
Unfortunately that was not the cause this time.
I did see separate "line in" and "line out" symbols
on other plugs. The plug I was trying had a graphics of
a microphone on it, and SPDIF written next to it also.
(In any case, I did try putting earphone into
each plug, and none of it stopped the speaker)
I really appreciate the rapid response so far;
the user community of FreeBSD is truly awesome!
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