“Audio output devices” can also refer to the virtual audio device that your computer uses to interface with its audio hardware.
For example, Windows refers to “playback devices” within its audio settings — each entry is a reference to an audio device driver corresponding to a hardware output connected to the computer.
What is a audio output?
A sound card is a computer component that converts information from digital audio files into electronic sound signals. These signals are then passed on to an audio output device, such as speakers or headphones. For this reason, they can be considered audio output devices.
How do I install an audio output device?
Use the Hardware Driver Reinstaller in HP Recovery Manager to install the original audio device driver.
- In Windows, search for and open Recovery Manager.
- Click Hardware Driver Reinstallation, and then select the audio driver from the list. note:
- Click Finish to restart the computer, and then test for sound.
What is a speaker output device?
Speakers. Example: “Most computers allow you to hook up external speakers using the sound output jack.” Speakers are popular output devices used with computer systems. They receive audio input from the computer’s sound card and produce audio output in the form of sound waves.
What is audio device in computer?
A sound card is an expansion card or IC for producing sound on a computer that can be heard through speakers or headphones. Although the computer does not need a sound device to function, they are included on every machine in one form or another, either in an expansion slot or built into the motherboard (onboard).