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Fuzzy sounding speakers

I own a Datron laptop. The speaker sounds fuzzy without a head phone so i can only listen to sounds with my headphone because its very noisy. The sound isnt clear;its like playing music in a wide empty room. Do i need technical support

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All laptops have a way of adjusting the speaker volume. Usually by way of the "fn" key and two keys with little speakers on them. Change the volume by those keys while holding down the "fn" key.


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