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Speakers sound blown out

Suddenly my speakers sound like they are bown out - like someone turned the bass up really high on a very cheap woofer. I've been using them through the headphone port of my presonus firebox. This could have been my mistake and the cause of the problem - I don't know. I have tried them through additional sources with the same results.

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Re: Speakers sound blown out

Had same problem, tried windows media player instead of media player classic, turns out its a codec issue.

Posted on Dec 29, 2007

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