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    I would also try another audio source like an ipod just to be sure. Pulling the jack out part way essentially allows the single channel to supply both ears (hence why it's quieter because it's split). It's not a good solution because you won't get stereo sound and you won't know where the bad guys are. Raja's suggestion should test for this but if there's something messed up with your audio source/player or Windows itself you could potentially have a problem that switching output sources might not catch.
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