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Creative speakers 2.1 Deteriorated sound quality

I have purchased Creative 2.1 a few years back. I am finding that the sound quality has deteriorated recently. A lot of dust seems to have settled on the speakers. Could this be a reasonfor bad sound quality? Frankly I haven't done much maintenance myself. I will be happy to get some tips on how to clean the dust and keep it from getting inside.

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Yes.speakers like all the other computers parts need to be maintained very well.dust can deteriorate the sound quality.Regular servicing might help out to get the original quality.Else you can do it on your own by cleaning with a normal hand brush.Hope this helps you out.Please do rate If this could solve your problem.

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