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Distortion usually happens when a sound is amplified too much. The key to solving it is finding out where the amplification is happening.
If you've got your "wave" volume at max, and your "main" volume at minimum (or vice versa), you might experience distortion. Try reducing the higher one, and raising the lower one.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
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