Question about Computers & Internet
some sound devices have enviroment effects which allow you to alter the sound reproduction so that it sounds like you are listening in different enviornments. You may be able to check and reset these setting to normal by going to the control panel and running the sound applet or by righ clicking on the speaker or sound icon in the system tray.
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Posted on Oct 26, 2008
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