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Speakers not working right

My computer speakers are connected and work but there is a echo and it sounds like it's coming from a tunnel.Almost like the bass is to loud and you can verly hear the voices just the music real loud or sometimes not at all.

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  • Anonymous Feb 27, 2009

    Echo in speakers! I bought new ones and they do the same thing?!?

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I know what your problem is...you have the realteck device right??there's some options in the device you can change and everything works

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