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My speaker are very low, can't ajust, and have a roar. coming from both speaker.

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Go to start, all programs, accessories, entertainment, and then volume control and make sure that the microphone is checked as muted. If you have a built in microphone then you might be getting feedback.
You can also adjust the main volume and wav volume there.

Posted on Aug 06, 2009

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adjust the sound effect, make the bass low.... if your using wmp, you can adjust this in the mixer or equalizer..... please rate my solution

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