Mixer audio not working on Xbox One? Try these methods

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Mixer audio not working - Xbox controllers

If you find yourself in the situation in which your Mixer audio is not working on your Xbox One console, you have to know, this is a common problem.

A large number of users have complained about this issue on forums across the web, asking for an official fix.

Even though the moderators at Mixer didn’t release any official solution for this issue, our team has researched the online forums for any solutions that helped.

In this article, we compiled some of the best possible solutions for this issue. Please read on to find out more.

Here’s what to do if your Mixer audio is not working on Xbox One

1. Make sure your speakers/TV volume is not muted

speaker close-up - Mixer audio not working
This might seem like a silly solution, but in order to eliminate the possibility of this being the case, it is worth mentioning.

Make sure your speakers/TV is not muted by increasing the volume to a moderate level.

2. Adjust the Chat mixer settings

xbox controller close-up - Mixer audio not working

  1. Press the Xbox button -> select System.
  2. Choose Settings -> Display & sound.
  3. Select Volume -> choose Chat mixer.
  4. Select one of the available options.

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3. Disconnect your headset

laptop with headphones - Mixer audio not working
It is a known problem that for some reason your Xbox One console will not be able to prioritize the audio channel that you’re using instead of sending audio to your headset.

To fix this, you need to simply disconnect your headset, and check to see if the issue persists.

4. Turn off the Low Latency option

Xbox Controller black - Mixer audio not working
A good number of users have temporarily fixed this issue by clicking the cog-wheel found in the lower-right side of the video, and unchecking the Low Latency option.

Note: You will need to do this every time you encounter this issue, as the setting will not be saved automatically.


We hope the troubleshooting steps presented to you in this article managed to solve your audio not working issue in Mixer.

Please let us know if it did, or if you have any suggestions, by using the comment section below.


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