This may sound stupid but try this turn the volume knob to high and low continously for a few seconds sometimes the contacts become dirty and just a little movement back and forth quickly repairs it. I said SOMETIMES.
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There is some fault with the control section to volume circuit. Contact any experienced service technician. If you are not familiar with electronics, do not attempt to
repair.Whether you sufferfatal electrical shock!
Instead, contact the nearest service center.
I had an issue like that with one of my dell desktops too. The speakers were very quiet. I turned up the volume on the speakers, turned up the volume in windows. Unisntalled and Reinstalled audio drivers, I eventually assumed that the speakers were just junk. After buying a soundcard (I was originally using onboard sound), I discovered that the speakers were much louder through the soundcard than through the onboard audio.
Speakers sometimes become damaged when going at high levels from low levels and just switching like that..... This may be the cause for it to be kind of low.... Best not to turn it all the way up or it might just blow the speaker fully..... You may have a a volume limit set on it.... Check that, it might be not allowing your speakers to play any louder.... Otherwise, it is best not to have your speakers blaring, just have them kind of low, and your ears will adjust.... People lose hearing when they have their TV's turned all the way up and all loud... Plus it just kind of disrupts the peace of a home :) Good Luck :D
go to control panel
sound and audio devices
under voice recording clk volume and mute the mic phone...........
some how your mic is conflicting with speakers. Keep your mic away from your speakers..
Sometimes the rear channels can be used as a 2nd zone. Does the unit have A&B speaker selection on front panel? Usually if it has a 2nd zone it will say in owerns manual or on back of unit or on front panel as well. That is when you have the option to adjust the volume in the menu on the 2nd zone. GURU JAY