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Slowed sond!! hi, had my speakers for a long time and never a problem untill recently, when im playing music it keep slowing down and sounds distorted. is this my speakers or my computer???

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Computer. CD or DVD drive maybe? Definately not the speakers. 

Posted on Dec 19, 2008

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